This article by Jamie Bell focuses on one of the ITIL 4 Service Management Practices – the Service Desk practice. As well as the associated practice guide and what it entails. Get all the details here.
This article reports back on the results of our latest content poll, which asked respondents to choose the five ITSM topics they most need help with in 2021. We also look at how things have changed versus 2020. Get the results here.
Here, Ivor Macfarlane takes a nostalgic and very accurate view of ITIL’s seven guiding principles. When it comes to behavior the important ideas that underpin it really haven’t changed much in the last 100 years. Intrigued? Read on.
Here, 41 ITSM and IT management industry authorities provide what they believe to be practical advice for IT leaders to help them succeed in 2021 and beyond. The responses are interesting and varied, so please take a look.
As part of helping your organization to take a practical and pragmatic approach to change management, the final article in this series looks at change and configuration management, and change management and DevSecOps.
Which ITSM topics would you like to see us writing content on in 2021? Please share with us which topics would interest you most by taking our quick poll. Your answers will help drive our content schedule in the year ahead.
Here Joe the IT Guy shares three tips to consider, and apply, before committing your organization to the risk of an emergency change, from questioning the change’s emergency status to taking the time required to make the best decision possible.
This is the first in a three-part series of ITSM articles about the new thinking in change management that offers a practical and pragmatic approach to managing change in the new business and IT worlds.
In a previous article we presented the results of our ITIL 4 adoption survey. Here we dive deeper into some of the correlations to help establish the different views on ITIL 4 and its adoption across different role types.
The first day using your service management solution is important. But for your service desk to be as efficient and intuitive as it can be, you’ve got to continually improve your knowledge and use of the tool. The best people to guide you along the way? ITSM consultants. Here’s why.
If you’re a large organization, or an IT service provider offering services to large enterprises, then reviewing your standard service model on a regular basis is imperative. Ensuring that it stays aligned with your business and IT strategy. This article explains why and how to create one if you haven’t already got one in place.