The Common Book of Knowledge - How common is it?

I saw this interesting post over at the Bleeding Edge Of BPM. In it Theo Priestley (The Process Maverick) details his issues with the ABPMP Common Book of Knowledge (which, to be honest sounds like some sort of beginners encyclopedia I would buy my 7 year-old nephew), and believe me he does have issues with it.

Having recently read the CBOK myself I would say that I am pretty much in agreement with him about it. In particular I think that anything positioning itself as 'common' should include input from a wide-ranging field not just a tight, paying community.

I suspect the ramifications of Theo's post will go on and on. In the meantime why not head over there, read the post and leave him a comment?

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