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Collaboration – The Unconquered Peaks

Philippa Hale of Open Limits Ltd This article has been contributed by Philippa Hale, Director and Senior Consultant at Open Limits Ltd.   Collaboration, across diverse teams and between levels of the hierarchy remain the twin, unconquered peaks for many organisations. This is also true of collaboration internally, within IT functions. Poor collaboration is often revealed to be the fatal flaw... 

The Coming Workforce: A Case for IT Service Management

Welcome to the Millenial generation With the Boomer generation set to retire en mass, IT organizations are faced with the unprecedented brain drain of institutional knowledge. Generation X and Millennials have decidedly different work styles and career expectations than previous generations. At the same time, expectations of productivity and customer value generation have never been higher. IT organizations... 

Rob England: The People in ITSM

Maori proverb: "He aha te mea nui? He tangata. He tangata. He tangata." What is the most important thing? It is people, it is people, it is people. It’s all about the people. A service exists to serve people.  It is built and delivered by people. Even in the most technical domains like IT, the service is about managing information for people to use, and managing the way they use it. When... 

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