Occam's Razor applied to itSMF USA election saga

Readers who are familiar with Occam's Razor may like to apply the principle to itSMF's recent theory as to the source of the USA Board election fraud.

latest on ITIL Version 3 Certification from APMG

Posted on itSMF website - link to report from APMG - key points extracted below

The penny dropped: itSMF "members" are in fact shareholders.

The penny dropped. Finally I understand the gap between the behaviour of itSMF at the International level (and sometimes at the Chapter level), and the expectations of its members. Even though we are called "members", we aren't. We are shareholders [update: "stakeholders" is a better word as shares are not transferrable].

Five reasons not to rush into ITIL Version 3

ITIL Version 3 has the IT Operations world abuzz. People are asking questions, worrying about the impact, revising plans, and hurrying off to do training that sounds like it may not be quite finished yet. There is no rush to go to ITIL3.

a scout hall built between a pub and a brothel

My son has been playing Club Penguin. This is a wonderful kids' website that manages to be fun, social, slightly edifying and quite safe.

To find such a nice thing on the internet is a pleasant change from narcissic MyFaceSpaceBook, pretendtobeusefulsoyoullbuymybook.org, madeforadsense.com, teenheatpussy.com, and grumpy blogs like this one. It is a bit of a surprise. It's like finding a scout hall built between a pub and a brothel.

Brother ISACA

ISACA and itSMF can do more together. There is a great deal of synergy between our organisations and very little overlap.

itSMF risks instability and constitutional crisis through high-handed elimination of election candidates

[updated]On contemplating the recent nominations for the itSMF International Board and Chair, I wonder if any other readers share my concern that 5 out of 12 candidates were eliminated on a technicality? Especially a technicality that the current Board and Chair might not have met...

Please identify yourself if commenting about other people

Since I am posting about the candidates for the itSMF International Board right now, it is timely to remind readers of a blog policy: please identify yourself if commenting about other people.

What I know about the candidates for itSMF International Chair and Board

[Updated]There is no such thing as truly independent people in any sphere of business. Just so you all know, here’s what I know about affiliations of the candidates for itSMF International Chair and the new itSMF International Board:

itSMF International has announced the results of election nominations

itSMF International has announced the results of election nominations for the Chairman and Board of itSMF International.

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