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Tag: Change management

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  • August Radio Show – Change Management and ITAM

    Industry news, job of the week, jargonbuster – plus the importance of change management The ITAM Review Monthly Radio Show starring (in order of appearance): Martin Thompson Geoff Worsley Stuart Pomfrett AJ Witt Barry Pilling David Foxen August 2019 topics include:  Microfocus...

  • 5 STAGES OF ITAM ACCEPTANCE

    Emotion. It’s a strong word with even stronger consequences. It’s something that organisations do not focus enough time and efforts on managing or listening to, in my opinion. I believe this is wrong as people’s emotions can play a massive part in a new function’s success. When...

  • Half of ITAM departments are not tracking datacentre changes

    Our February webinar for the 12-box training program covered TRANSITION. IT departments are in a constant state of flux and ITAM needs to work with and embrace change to stay ahead. You can watch the recording on demand now by following this link. See all other recorded or planned...

  • How to harness ITAM and ITSM integration

    In preparation for the second module of our 12 Box Training Program next week (How to harness ITAM and ITSM integration) – I spoke with Gillian Leicester, Director at Synyega and winner of both the ITAM Professional of the Year 2015 and the ITAM Project of the Year 2015. In...

  • Process of the Month – Software Change Management Process

    Firstly, sincerest thanks to all of those who re-tweeted re-posted or even “liked” this feature on LinkedIn – the viewing stats were beyond anything I could have hoped for. As Piaras MacDonnell (Pronounced Pierce to those of a non-Celtic tongue) of SureDatum made an early...

  • How ITAM can influence the CIO

    Use your ITAM knowledge to become a trusted decision influencer. As IT organizations diversify, Asset Managers must broaden their focus. It’s a great opportunity to build influence, but those who ignore the change risk their role becoming less relevant. For many years, though,...