When undertaking continual improvement it’s advisable to have a list of what you’d like to improve, which ITIL 4 calls a Continual Improvement register, and this article by Joe the IT Guy looks at what’s needed to keep your continual improvement register useful.
Are you back at work after completing your ITIL exams, wanting to make a difference by putting your newly minted ITSM qualification to work? Well, before you do, take the time to understand the mistakes that are commonly made by people, and their organizations, once ITIL qualified by reading this article.
Ultimately, enterprise service management is about taking the lessons we’ve learned in IT – in particular about service delivery and support – and applying them to the rest of the organization. Interested? To help, this article offers up four tips for getting started with enterprise service management.
Done well, a service catalog will act as a single, consistent source of information to employees for all of the IT and business services available to them. But how should your organization leverage a service catalog? This article shares advice on how to best exploit a service catalog as a multifaceted ITSM capability.
The fact is that you have to change various aspects of your existing practices in order to deliver the benefits you expect from any new ITSM tool, and that’s not easy. To help, here are five tips that range from using organizational change management tools and techniques to adopting continual improvement.