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How KT can help save your holiday parties

It’s not enough to have a back-up plan for when things go wrong. The Thanksgiving turkey shows how preventive actions manage risk.

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The end of ITIL?

Contrary to popular belief, ITIL does not conflict with Agile or DevOps. Take a second look at what ITIL is intended to do and how it works with Agile and DevOps

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Five tips to help fix IT fast

Improving IT stability quickly and efficiently takes planning. These five tips can help organizations fix IT issues quickly and permanently

 

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TregoeED Awards Honor Collaborative Use of KT Critical Thinking in Schools

TregoeEd brings Kepner-Tregoe (KT) critical thinking to schools. The organization honored three U.S. school districts for using KT tools collaboratively to achieve strategic results. 

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Stop Gambling! Make Root Cause Analysis the Foundation of IT Services

When the pressure is on to resolve complex IT problems only root cause analysis has proven to achieve accurate, rapid solutions. 

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How to solve problems when you are missing “required” data

Missing data often delays root cause analysis. To keep RCA moving, use this technique to evaluate the value of data you have and note what’s missing 

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The top 7 IT pitfalls, and how to avoid them

The 7 most common pitfalls to ITSM success—how does your organization rate? Plus consider 7 ideas for avoiding these mistakes.

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Middle Management, the “Nerve Cells’ of the Enterprise

Middle managers provide the “nerve conduits” that relay messages between the board and the workforce

 

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Have you tried online training?

Online training is great if your time is limited but can be wasted if you don’t take these six, simple steps

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IT Stability – still an issue after 27 years of ITIL

Are we any better in the IT Service Management (ITSM) space, at what we do now than we were in 1970?

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