Capability Guidebook Project/ITABoK
The goal is to create an IT architecture capability guidebook based on Iasa’s 5 pillars of architecture that conveys best practices and learning objectives at each level of architectural growth. The target audience are aspiring IT architects and already practicing IT architects with a number of years in the profession who wish to gain a better understanding of what soft skill capabilities are needed in IT architecture. This guidebook will also assist hiring managers, business managers and human resource representatives.
Capabilities by pillar:
The book will be written by 20-30 practicing IT architects globally. The book will have an Iasa “Project Manager” that is responsible for setting the pace for the authors deliverables.
The expectation is to have a working draft to share with others in the group for feedback within 4 weeks and a final draft ready for review to the BOE chair within 6. This is flexible depending on interruptions in life and work but is a goal.
One capability typically takes 4-8 hours to write.
After the capability is written an under review, the next step is to create a 25-40 slide deck expanding upon the capability. This will be turned into an online self- paced module by Iasa for all full members.
This project is utilizing Google Drive and Basecamp to collaborate between authors and the Iasa project manager. If needed, a group call can be scheduled to answer any questions you might have.
The Google Drive site has a “Getting Started” folder which has a step by step guide on what and where to access all the information you will need to get started.
- Iasa Strawman
- Bloom’s Taxonomy