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Knowledge management as a corporate capability is nothing new, but still too few organizations are realizing its value (or doing it badly). Here we look at 18 benefits of knowledge exploitation from the perspective of business outcomes, operations, people, and customers.
A Change Advisory Board doesn’t need to be complicated. This article offers up a set of simple actions that will help to provide a light version of a CAB in any organization.
See how ITIL change management works in real life – practical advice, with a pinch of drama. Read more about Garry Protter here.
One of the issues with ITIL is not ITIL itself, but how others inappropriately elevate it to a religious level. Can Steve Jobs save us?
If the goal of your organization is to provide the right IT/business services to your customers, whether internal or external, service portfolio management is a vital step towards meeting governance requirements and delivering value.
In this article we take a look at how the next update to ITIL can learn from the reinvention of the Stars Wars movie franchise.
ITIL, offers a great – and handy – list of definitions of common (and some not-so-common) ITSM terms. But how accurate is its definition of BSM?
A service portfolio solves a significant DevOps problem – it helps both the service provider and the business to understand and agree on the “why.” See how here.
A “problem,” a “problem ticket,” a “problem management process,” an “incident?” Here Matthew Burrows attempts to clear up the confusion between incidents and problems once and for all.
Will the knowledge revolution make IT professionals surplus to requirements? Sollertis CEO, Kevin Baker shares his thoughts on the changing landscape of knowledge management.
“IT professional training is broken.” And one of the reasons we have this situation is our approach to “scoping and evaluating” training. In this article we take a look at why.