Collaboration. It seems to be one of the hottest words in business, let alone ITSM, right now. But how do you and your colleagues – plus other business contacts – get better at collaboration?
The increase in home working – and the increase in technology spending to support remote workers – has been necessary. However, this was a different challenge from what came before and the shift involved some new ways of working and less control over processes than IT teams would normally like. But now, what next?
Collaboration works best when three key elements are met: it’s low friction, it’s persistent, and it’s dynamic. In this article Jason Stonehouse addresses what each of these elements means.
Collaboration. It’s the latest people-related, industry buzzword-bingo word, triggered by another hot topic buzzword, value streams, which imply end-to-end working. But how does your organization get better at collaboration?
Organizations are increasingly aware of the importance of employee experience to business operations and outcomes. In particular, that the quality of IT service delivery and support plays an important role – especially in facilitating employee productivity. But how do you measure and improve the employee experience?
This article by Patrick Bolger outlines five key steps for improving your operations and outcomes through the creation of the right environment for effective collaboration.
Since the pandemic started, how well have remote workers been supported by IT and how does the status quo need to change to better support remote work going forward?
Retrospectives are a vital cog in the rhythm of every agile team. But how do you keep them motivating? To help, this article offers up advice for transforming them from mundane to motivating.
Where is your organization currently with IT self-service? Have you succeeded with benefit delivery? Or do you still need to start, improve, or restart your IT self-service capabilities? Help us know more about the current state of self-service in ITSM by taking our short survey.
This article by Steve Morgan outlines the key factors to consider when developing SIAM contract requirements, specifically concerning the use of a disaggregated service model, involving multiple service providers.