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.
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.
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.
Does your IT organization understand how well it’s meeting productivity-related factors for employees? Read this article to discover four tips for driving productivity improving decisions with employee data.
Here Sarah Lahav, CEO, SysAid has written about using experience data to first understand where your organization currently is, and second to drive the required improvements. Get the help you need related to employee experience and read it now.
If you work in, manage, or are responsible for the performance of an IT support team – whether in-house or outsourced – and are looking to understand better how the increasing profile of, and demands related to, employee experience affects it, then this blog is for you.
This article shows the interesting (and rather alarming) results of a survey of 1000 employees, from organizations that employ 250 to 5000 people, about their most recent onboarding experience. Read the results here.