International Best Practice Blog
As it became evident that sheltering was going to be a requirement during COVID, things changed drastically and quickly for organizations. The workforce became remote virtually overnight. Information technology (IT) was suddenly 'at the table' with the business decision makers - some for the first time - to help organizations set-up a remote workforce and service their external customers. What IT accomplished for their organizations, demonstrates the value of the ITIL 4 guiding principles and a focus on the employee and customer experiences.
According to PRINCE2, a project is 'a temporary organization that is created for the purpose of delivering one or more business products according to an agreed business case.' Project managers are empowered to chair the project team and direct them toward successful delivery while managing the overall scope, schedule and budget of the project.
The itSMF International Chapter Leadership Conference was held at the end of April 2020. itSMF (IT Service Management Forum) is a global membership association for service management professionals with members ranging from individual service management practitioners to large multinational organizations.
In these extraordinary and challenging times, Katrina Macdermid revisits Axle Car Hire – the fictional company used to illustrate the concepts of ITIL in the official ITIL 4 guidance – to show how the company is dealing with disruption and creating social opportunity from it.
In this blog post, Axle Car Hire' leaders will answer your questions about why it is worth making the change from ITIL v3 to ITIL 4.
This month TSO, Official Publishing partner for AXELOS, released the four titles for AXELOS' ITIL 4 Managing Professional guidance: Create, Deliver and Support; Drive Stakeholder Value; High-velocity IT, and Direct Plan and Improve.
To make technology work for you, you need to enable your people.
Making decisions in risky and important situations is relevant to everyone.