This article explains how managing vendors and suppliers using ITIL supplier management can help businesses improve their operations and the benefits, challenges, and solutions associated with this approach.
Read about how ITIL 4’s value-based outcome-focused approach provides us with skills that are genuinely transferrable. These skills can be applied to co-create value in an era where change increasingly comes quickly, lacking predictability and clarity with VUCA situations shifting our operations.
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Here Akshay Anand – Lead Architect for the ITIL update – gives the lowdown on the new ITIL 4, including the new service value system, the ‘four dimensions’, the updated guiding principles (originally found in ITIL Practitioner), and the change of processes to practices.
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 has been written to offer you as much insight as possible into ITIL 4 in a short time. From what it is to the key elements that comprise the latest ITIL 4 service management best practice guidance.
Much has changed in ITIL 4 and thus there’s a lot to get one’s head around! This article quickly explains what the ITIL 4 service value system is and what it contains: the guiding principles, governance, service value chain, management practices, and continual improvement.
Here Daniel Breston takes a closer look at the ITIL 4 Service Value Chain and asks you to observe and consider the impact of what it depicts against the way you deliver value with technology-based solutions at your organization today.
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