There are certain things we all do, activities, opinions and more, that are negative, sometimes devastating for our organization, our performance and, in the end, our result. I hereby advice you all to simply put these things, these destructive forces, up on your own wall … Continue reading The IT Wall of Shame
So, your latest organizational development project did not turn out as you thought? Before you could even pass the exit criteria something else became more important? Alternatively, are you disappointed over the semi-failed software implementation? That software that was seen as a knight in shiny … Continue reading The art of slicing an elephant
DevOps and Agile Service Management are both trying to solve one of the holes in ITSM, managing development, the actual construction, in a smarter way. They are also trying to solve the challenge of turning IT to a more responsive and faster partner to the … Continue reading Let IT and the business join forces in the SEWR!
When taking the big leap, creating something, the project is a necessity but when doing the aligning and re-aligning our services to the ever-changing business needs the baby step model is the way to go. Don´t get me wrong, I love projects, I do not … Continue reading Use the baby step model to stay in business!