Tag Archives: ITSM

Blending Agile, Lean, and ITSM for Better Business Outcomes

I’m old enough such that my IT career began long before popular IT “movements” or frameworks – whether that be IT management or IT service management (ITSM). Back then, our IT and ITSM best practice was learned through trial and error, and based on the documentation given to us by our suppliers, as well as […]

10 Things You Need to Know to Be a Better ITSM Leader – Part 2

In my previous blog, I recounted how I had recently finished the book The Bassoon King by Rainn Wilson and how the ten life lessons or truths that he knows are “sure things” inspired me to think about my IT service management (ITSM) equivalents. That blog listed my first five sure things, which related to being […]

Cloud Prefers Squads and Tribes Over Taylor’s Silos and Towers

It was over one hundred years ago that Taylorism, or scientific management, reached its peak of influence as the go-to management and organizational theory, with Frederick Taylor himself using a term that’s very familiar in today’s IT service management (ITSM) industry – “process management.” One hundred years since that peak, ITIL and similar IT management […]