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APMG BiSL® Foundation Exam Simulator

multiple choice exam (ABCD)
one correct answer per question
# of questions: 40 | 65% to pass (26)
duration: 60 minutes

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1. Which is an activity of the "Demand Management" process?

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2. What takes place during the transition phase of a change under the responsibility of the "Transition Management" process?

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3. As part of a change, what process arranges for the conversion of intrinsic business data to the new format?

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4. What is a service team?

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5. What document provides insight into the IT expenses to be incurred and the expected benefits?

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6. Which is one of the four perspectives of the Management processes?

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7. Which is a subject of the "End User Support" process?

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8. With what process does the "Transition Management" process coordinate the timing of when a changed information system will be taken into operational use by the end users?

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9. Which of the following statements about the management of the information provision are TRUE?
1. Management takes place on a corporate level
2. Management takes place within the information domains

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10. Which is NOT a result of the "Contract Management" process?

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11. What process is used to implement a change to the VAT percentage used in an information system?

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12. Which of these processes is a strategic process?

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13. Which should be taken into account when implementing and using a framework such as BiSL?

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14. What process is aimed at actually taking a change into operational use?

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15. What is the result of the "Change Management" process?

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16. What process ensures that the staff have any new skills required to use a new or changed system?

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17. Identify the missing words in the following sentence. The "Change Management" process makes information available to the "Planning and Resource" management process on the _____ in the information provision

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18. What process has the objective of ensuring that the desired change is carried out smoothly in the organization and that the tools are working correctly?

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19. What process informs "Financial Management" about the results of an impact analysis performed by the IT provider on a change proposal?

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20. Which is an activity of the "Design Non-Automated Information Systems" process?

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21. What is the responsibility of the "Prepare Transition" process?

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22. What process supplies insight into the needs of the business processes in the areas of availability and capacity, and the measures these require?

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23. What process focuses on the operational information within the information provision?

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24. Which is a result of the "Planning and Resource Management" process?

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25. From which perspective does IT infrastructure management consider the management of the information provision and information systems?

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26. Business information management is a part of which organization?

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27. What process defines a strategy for the information provision and translates it into actions and investments?

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28. What is the objective of the "Operational Supplier Management" process?

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29. Which statement about the relationship between business information management and the user organization is correct?

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30. Which process is a part of the Functionality Management (FN) process cluster?

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31. Which activity does NOT take place within the "Financial Management" process?

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32. Which key question is addressed by the operational level Connecting Processes (CP) cluster?

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33. A conversion of data must be executed as part of the implementation into the operation of a changed information provision. What process is responsible for the execution of this conversion?

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34. Which is an activity of the "Specify Information Requirements" process?

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35. What is the role of the "Information Coordination" process?

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36. Which is NOT an activity of the "Change Management" process?

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37. Which is NOT an activity of the "Transition Management" process?

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38. Identify the missing words in the following sentence. The objective of the "Demand Management" process is to ensure that the business processes of an organization are supported or enabled by a good _____ and business information management function

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39. Demands regarding which topic are NOT part of a specification?

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40. Which statement about the positioning of business information management is correct?

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APMG BiSL® Foundation exam questions and answers

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APMG Business Information Services Library (BiSL®) Materials

Additional links and materials for download on APMG BiSL® library

The APMG BiSL® Interactive Mind Map

The BiSL® study guide mind map outlines the key concepts and structures of the Business Information Services Library (BiSL®), a framework and library for Business Information Management (BIM). It includes major areas such as the BiSL® process model, which is divided into strategic, management, and operational processes. It also covers information strategy, the importance of aligning IT with business goals, and details on process clusters such as use management and functionality management. It also guides the implementation of BiSL in organisations to enhance their business information management capabilities.

The APMG BiSL® Syllabus

The document was created with training companies in mind, so-called Accredited Training Organizations (ATOs). It provides information on the scope of BiSL® exams, thereby allowing for the design of training and training materials following the requirements of APMG so that the training and materials fully prepare candidates for Foundation and Advanced exams.

Why should I read the APMG BiSL® Syllabus?

So what value does this provide for you? By reading the teaching syllabus, you will learn about the scope of BiSL® exam questions for BiSL® Foundation and BiSL® Advanced exams, and thus, which topics (and to what extent) from the official BiSL® Handbook are covered in the exams, and which are not. For example, not everyone knows that the Foundation exam does NOT cover the entire textbook.

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BiSL®: A Framework For Business Information Management; 2nd Edition

The official BiSL® qualification/exams (Foundation and Advanced) AND official, accredited BiSL® courses are entirely based ONLY on the content covered in the publication below:

  • Title: BiSL®: A Framework For Business Information Management
  • Pages: 200
  • ISBN-10: 9087537026
  • ISBN-13: 978-9087537029

The Authors of the Business Information Services Library (BiSL®)

Remko van der Pols: Co-Author of the Business Application Services Library (BiSL)
Remko van der Pols,
Remko van der Pols
Ralph Donatz: Co-Author of the Business Application Services Library (BiSL)
Ralph Donatz,
Ralph Donatz publications
Frank van Outvorst: Co-Author of the Business Application Services Library (BiSL)
Frank van Outvorst,
Frank van Outvorst

BiSL® Self-assessment - Diagnosis for Business Information Management; 2nd Edition

The BiSL® Self-Assessment guide is a structured tool designed to evaluate and enhance Business Information Management (BIM) processes within organizations. It provides a comprehensive methodology for assessing the current state of BIM processes, identifying strengths and weaknesses, and planning targeted improvement actions. The guide includes detailed questionnaires covering various process clusters of the BiSL® model, such as use management, functionality management, and managing processes. It also outlines development phases and provides instruments for analyzing assessment results and making informed decisions for continuous improvement.

  • Title: BiSL® Self-assessment – Diagnosis for Business Information Management; 2nd Edition
  • Pages: 45
  • ISBN-13: 978-9087537081

A3 poster depicting BiSL® framework, variant #1 (clean design version)

The BiSL® (Business Information Services Library) framework A3 poster, outlines a comprehensive structure for Business Information Management (BIM) within an organization. I made this poster in vector format, a default A3 page size, so it can be easily printed and scaled as needed. Version #1 has a “cleaner” design, without background images.

A3 poster depicting BiSL® framework, variant #2 (rock structures version)

The BiSL® (Business Information Services Library) framework A3 poster, outlines a comprehensive structure for Business Information Management (BIM) within an organization. I made this poster in vector format, a default A3 page size, so it can be easily printed and scaled as needed. Version #2 has an “original” design, with rock structure images on the left as original posters from ASL BiSL Foundation had.

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Paulo CoelhoWhen he was preparing for the BiSL® exam

After over 20 years in IT and personally clearing more than 200 certifications in IT, InfoSec, management, coaching, mentoring, and training, 15 of which have been in Agile Transformations, Agile Leadership and Governance, and more than 10 years as an Accredited ASL®2, BiSL®, MoP®, MSP®, PRINCE2®, PRINCE2 Agile®, M_o_R®, OBASHI®, P3O®, ITIL® trainer, it’s time to give something back to the community. Just as many great people helped me along the way, I want to contribute to the community, because the truth is that none of it matters if you don’t share and help others.

ASL BiSL Foundation Ambassador Poland

ASL BiSL Foundation Ambassador logo

As an ASL BiSL Foundation Ambassador, I helped organizations in Poland to build awareness of the importance of business information management (BIM) as the missing link in IT service management.

As the official Ambassador of the Foundation, I was responsible for the translations and some marketing materials regarding ASL®2 and BiSL® standards.

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I hope you will find my exam simulator valuable on your journey. The simulator is not just a tool to help you pass your upcoming BiSL® Foundation exam, but also to learn and understand the knowledge areas associated with the specific domain you are studying. Passing an exam shouldn’t be the ultimate goal in itself but rather a checkpoint in your never-ending self-development journey. The goal of the BiSL® Exam Simulator is to provide you with as much learning feedback as possible, so you won’t waste your time memorizing questionable BiSL® exam dumps or shady BiSL® question databases with no prior verification of correct answers and with no rationals to questions.

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