Employee Experience Articles

Experience Management in 2024: The Devil is in the… Data

The latest experience management snapshot for IT service management (ITSM) provides many interesting and important insights into how well internal and external IT service delivery and support organizations serve their customers’ end-users and where changes need to be made.
After a couple of days at the Service Desk and IT Support Show (SITS) in April, I came away with lots of IT service management (ITSM) learnings. Following on from my initial blog on the things I’ve taken away from SITS written for i3Works, here are some more shared ITSM learnings
What IT service management (ITSM) trends and developments will we see in 2024? And how will these impact the way you work? Many factors affect service management, but these are the ones TOPdesk anticipates will have the most impact.
This article shares the results of our 2024 content poll, insights into how ITSM trends have changed, trend-related opinions, and links to existing ITSM.tools content that might still be helpful.
Yes you should aim to solve tickets as quickly as possible, but there’s more to it than that. Meeting an SLA doesn’t guarantee that the customer is happy. You need to put the emphasis on customer experience. You need XLAs, and here’s why.
If you’ve worked in ITSM roles long enough, you’ve probably been told, “ITSM is a journey, not a destination” at some point. But a journey is a series of destinations and for long journeys these break up the route and provide a sense of direction and accomplishment as they are reached. But what does this have to do with ITSM? This article explains.
Every year, ITSM.tools runs a quick, one-question poll to understand the “ITSM help” readers would like in the year ahead. Please help by taking this years poll to tell us which topics will be important to you in the year ahead.
This article explains why IT and business technologists need to unite, like a Le Mans team, to deliver an exceptional Digital Employee Experience (DEX).
Many of us love lists of practical insights and help. There’s no reason why this isn’t the case for IT experience management (ITXM). Here are 17 experience management learnings Neil Keating has had working with Bright Horse customers.
The business reliance on IT means IT must take operations and ITSM very seriously. This article by Phyllis Drucker demonstrates the connectivity between existing ITSM practices and employee experience improvement.
Is the absence of experience data allowing “ill-informed” decision-making to drive the wrong IT and IT support strategies and outcomes in your organization? Check out the latest Global IT Experience Benchmark Report and see for yourself.
Has anything changed with the traditional levels of ITSM tool churn? It’s time to get more industry data or, to be more precise, to obtain up-to-date insight into the state of ITSM tools and why organizations need to change ITSM tool. Please take this poll.
In this 2023-focused article, Stephen Mann asks whether the ITSM industry’s love of next-year predictions are as helpful as they could be. And whether, for 2023, we should be more realistic about what we will, or can, achieve.
We’ve been talking about enterprise service management since 2008, value since at least 2011, and employee experience since 2013. Yet we’re still listing them as ‘trends for 2023’. Something needs to change… this article explores.
This article explain how to implement CX in MSP engagements, especially in infrastructure and business process services. The guidance is also applicable with tweaks to internal IT service providers.