vendredi 21 septembre 2018

European copyright directive : reassurance of IT management framework ecosystem

Adopted by the European Parliament on 12 September 2018, the directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on copyright in the Digital Single Market, among other economic and social impacts [1],  reassures the foundation of the various business models for copyrighted IT management framework.



Such frameworks are
  • ITIL®, by Axelos, UK ;
  • The Scrum Guide™, by Ken Schwaber(Scrum org, USA) and Jeff Sutherland (ScrumInc, USA) ;
  • IT Regime Management™, by Do-Khac Decision, France.
Their respective business models show variances, especially in the first links of the value chain. The business models might evolve over time to better meet client needs.

For exemples,
  • The Scrum Guide™ is released under a Attribution Share Alike license of Creative Commons.[2]
  • Early 2018, Axelos moved from a multiple accredited examinator policy to a "sole Examination Institute" policy [3].
  • As IT Regime Management™ roots into academical type work, a link "Academical organisations" could be added at the left end of the value chain [4].


[1] Sept 2018 : a graphic on economic and social impact of the european copyright directive
[2] www.scrumguides.org/
[3] https://www.axelos.com/becoming-an-axelos-partner
[4] Dec 2010 : our research work nominated for a joint professional academical prize



ITIL® is a registered trade mark of Axelos Limited, UK. 

Nominations 2014 et 2015

La pédagogie "Short MOOCs en Réseau" a été retenue par la plateforme d'innovation ouverte de l'association Pacte PME recherchant pour le compte d'une entreprise membre un outil innovant de transformation numérique des ressources humaines.

L'innovation frugale du "Personal MOOC" a été élue Trophée IT Innovation Forum 2015.