ITSM Articles

This article by Joe the IT Guy describes three Lean concepts (Pull the Andon, Genchi Genbutsu and Gemba, and Nemawashi) that can be applied to ITSM – helping ITSM teams with their work tasks and enhancing the quality of leadership. Read it now.
What will the “new normal” mean for ITSM? Will it be more or less relevant? Can the ITSM frameworks and methodologies help us adjust, or will it hinder us from achieving credibility with our customers? How will working remotely affect our relationships with our suppliers, customers, and other stakeholders? Here, John Custy explores.
In this article, industry authority Barclay Rae shares some practical activities that organizations – including yours – can take to plan for ITSM’s post-COVID-19 future across three key areas of: governance, data and analytics, and social continuity.
ITSM practitioners, practices, and tools should be considered important guardrails to add to any cloud adoption project. And there are no excuses for an ungoverned cloud. This article explains the importance of ITSM guardrails for cloud governance and lists several key tools and practices to put those guardrails on the cloud.
Choosing a new ITSM tool is a time-consuming and costly activity, after all selecting the wrong tool will inevitably cause our organization significant issues. To help, this article examines the ten key characteristics of a good tool selection process and highlight some of the pitfalls you’re likely to encounter along the way.