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ITIL – Change Evaluation Process

Within the ITIL service management framework, everything is considered to be a change – whether we add new users and user groups (standard change), or introduce new equipment and services to the existing environment (normal...

Three key elements of assessment and evaluation of changes according to ITIL

Changes necessitate the recruitment of many resources inside your organization – management, developers, technicians, operations people… etc. But, are they all important enough? Do they all need the same approach? This question can sound...

Infographic: ISO 20000:2011 vs. ISO 20000:2018 revision – What has changed

A lot of companies that have implemented ISO 20000 are worried about the new changes to this standard. But, at the same time, a lot of people were waiting for a new version, because...

Tips and tricks for using the ITIL standard change mechanism

Every now and then, there is a need to make an easy, minor change. For instance, most people (be it a user, or someone from the IT Service Management (ITSM) team) don’t consider resetting...

What is the remediation procedure and back-out in the ITIL/ISO 20000 Change Management process?

Changes to IT services fall in the category of common activities. No matter how efficient the Change Management process is, it’s no secret that mistakes happen during change implementation. Some occur for good reason,...

How to measure Change Management efficiency according to ITIL

A desire for efficiency is deeply rooted in most of the professionals I’ve met. And that’s logical, because to be professional, but inefficient… well, that doesn’t make sense. ITIL provides a framework for IT Service...

ITIL/ISO 20000: What is the job of the Change Manager?

Did you know that changes make up a significant source of new incidents? Sure, here I mean unsuccessful or poorly made changes. Actually, no one likes them, neither the business nor IT. A newly...

5 benefits of ITIL Change Management implementation

While growing and gathering know-how, IT service providers get more knowledgeable and experienced. That means performing the same job in less time, using less effort, and with greater efficiency. Many processes, i.e., activities are...

How to manage Emergency Changes as part of ITIL Change Management

Everything in IT Service Management is a change, and the goal of Change Management is to ensure that standardized methods and procedures are used for efficient and prompt handling of all changes. This is in...

How to overcome barriers while implementing the ITIL/ISO 20000 Change Management process

When talking to the people working in IT Service Management (ITSM), much of the language sounds sophisticated: Incident Management, Service Desk, escalation, priority, resolved, authorized…etc. But, once we get to Change Management, the tone...