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Shocking news! ITIL is not a best practise anymore - majority are aware of it and many are taking advantage. It's getting "downgraded" to just "good practise" .
The ones who are bold and brave enough to experiment and benefit from emerging ideas in ITSM, are "writing a book" of best practise for us.
Let's have a look at examples, where Agile princilples and Lean thinking are creating value, when applied to ITSM.
Is Agility and Leanity a new set of best practices for ITSM?
Vladimir is consultant and trainer in Project Management and IT Service Management, IPMA-B and ITIL Expert certified. Board member at International Project Management Association Latvia, IPMA 4 level certification system assessor and active member of regional itSMF society. Teaching Programme and Project Portfolio Management for masters in Project Management.
Owner of ITSM LLC, company that is solving IT Management issues, providing consulting and trainings, CIO for rent, adopting and adapting IT Service Management and tools.
Have been speaking on global TFT12 conference about his recent project in Russia, where Kanban board was used as a tool for IT management to execute ITSM programme.
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