LeaderBoard (970×90) Blazent – False Promises WP 1
  • Power eats COBIT ® for lunch

    Power eats COBIT ® for lunch

    Governance of IT from a behavioural perspective Christian Feldbech Nissen (CFN People, Denmark) and I had the pleasure of being part of an itSMF Sweden workshop in September 2015, in which we explored the elusive term ‘governance’. We came to the conclusion that while formal structures and processes are valuable resources that can be used
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  • How to win at work even with a ‘Horrible Boss’

    How to win at work even with a ‘Horrible Boss’

    Horrible Bosses! Bad Managers and less than supportive colleagues. Most of us have, at some time, had to endure them and the way they make us feel about work. Being stuck with a bad boss isn’t great for moral or productivity. In the 2011 and 2014 films on the subject, (Horrible Bosses 1 and 2)
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  • Service Management and fitted kitchens

    Service Management and fitted kitchens

    But you’ve done this before haven’t you? Everyone who’s worked as an ITSM consultant – external or internal – is familiar with the ‘just do ITSM for me’ line. The customer has decided to ‘do’ ITIL (or COBIT or ISO2000, choose your framework). They expect to take processes drafted elsewhere and apply these to their
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  • Common IT Pitfalls in the Age of ITSM

    Common IT Pitfalls in the Age of ITSM

    Spoiler alert: You may get more value out of ITSM after reading! Much is written about the business value of ITSM and the failure of many organizations to achieve the full results available. In truth, many ITSM implementation failures start at the beginning of an initiative, when the people implementing ITSM don’t design processes in
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  • Why doesn’t this work? Don’t blame the ITSM Frameworks

    Why doesn’t this work? Don’t blame the ITSM Frameworks

    A common problem If you stop and think about it, I will bet all of you reading this have heard (or said) the words “It isn’t working!” or some variation of them in the not too distant past. The reason I believe this is a safe bet is based on probability, because our world is
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  • The Importance of Organisational Behaviour

    The Importance of Organisational Behaviour

    Antecedents + Consequences – Filters = Behaviour How to change organisational behaviour and improve performance Organisational Behaviour Management (OBM) is an important aspect of management that applies psychological principles of organizational behaviour and the experimental analysis of behaviour to organizations to improve individual and group performance. OBM takes principles from many fields, including behavioural systems
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  • Collaborating in a shared service management environment

    Collaborating in a shared service management environment

    The processes for IT, facilities and human resources (HR) are broadly similar and do overlap, such as with commencement and exit procedures, and can easily be brought together in a single tool to manage. However, even when doing so and when supporting departments have their own tools and processes, it is not always clear to
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  • Compliance and ITSM

    Compliance and ITSM

    Are we seeking the Holy Grail? Now why have we heard so little about compliance in the past few months, there are those who say it’s not quiet at all but I must say that it is, compared to a couple of years ago. Have we learned how to be compliant, or what to be
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LeaderBoard (970×90) Blazent – False Promises WP 2