Saturday, February 16, 2002
Friends, Files & Folly. Earlier today in Notes from the Field I extended the topics I started here yesterday and turned the focus on quality. If you're interested in advanced SQA or web usability metrics you'll want to read that entry.
In this entry I am going to provide more files that will augment the four core skills I discussed yesterday.
Friends. Today is Marcia Hopkins' birthday. Marcia is a close friend and a talented IT professional whose wide range of skills and commitment to professionalism epitomize everything this weblog is about - improving the IT profession. Happy birthday Marcia!
Files. Yesterday was about four core skills and how risk management was a common denominator. Today I am going to provide documents that will be useful in each of the core skill areas, as well as point you to a collection of risk management artifacts and articles. You'll also want this Information Systems Risk Management Manual if you're actively involved in IT risk management and/or want to improve your knowledge and skills.
The skill-specific documents are:
Folly. If you want to see folly read David Courtney's 14 February 2002 article in ZDNet Tech Update.
- Project Management:
- Analysis and Assessment:
- Measurement and Metrics:
- Security: A collection of security pubulications and a collection of security document drafts from the National Institute of Standards and Technology Computer Security Resource Center.
Enjoy the weekend ...