Is your IT service management “future ready”?
A recent MIT Sloan Management Review article discussed how organizations must become “future ready”. The article stated that becoming future-ready requires change to the enterprise on two dimensions: the customer experience and
Has your IT organization defined services and named service owners?
Have you identified the right person as the service owner?
How do you know?
Let’s start from the beginning
What is a “service”?
According to ITIL®, a service is “a
The concept – at a high level - wasn’t all bad.
The concept was that IT organizations should adopt a service-oriented mindset when it comes to working within the business. The attitude of the IT organization must shift from
Businesses are demanding more speed, agility, and responsiveness from their IT organizations. The work that IT does must provide the means for business to quickly realize value.
What does this mean for IT? Roy Atkinson sums it up nicely when
The ITSM highway is littered with implementation efforts that failed to achieve their potential.
ITSM, done well, has proven to be great for business. Unfortunately, for many businesses, implementation efforts resulted in “bad ITSM”.
Many of these ITSM implementations were
The digital economy is upon us.
Regardless of industry, businesses are experiencing the impact of the digital economy. In the digital economy, the “store” is always open and customers expect that systems are “always on”. Customers can (and
Many organizations have attempted to establish IT Service Management (ITSM) following guidance found in ITIL , but focused only on the operational aspects of the IT organization.
Then those organizations become frustrated that ITSM isn’t working as well as they
Early my career, a CFO asked me a very good question. “If IT can’t deliver a return on investment that is better than what I could get by putting corporate monies into a bank savings account, then why would I
I received an email from a well-known web hosting provider titled “Transform your business with a second phone number”. The email stated that with a second phone number, I can separate my business calls from my personal calls – and
I recently read an article that described an “evolved” DevOps environment. If I understood it correctly, in an evolved DevOps environment, the role of Ops is to put core services in place, and then get out of the way.