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Why Continual Service Improvement Is the Crème de la Crème of ITSM

Have you ever thought about the truly basic concepts underpinning continual service improvement (CSI)? Let’s take a look at the words themselves. “Improvement” The main point of CSI is to deliver improvement, so I think it makes sense to start with that word. Often individuals’ preconceptions of improvement limit the scale and scope of what […]

Continual Service Improvement: More than Process Improvement

It’s important to be good at what you do. In practice that means striving to get better and better. This is a popular attitude and behaviour in IT service management (ITSM), and there is a range of assessment products to measure ITSM process maturity – all basically built on a concept of comparing what is […]