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Organisational change management is at the very heart of any improvements. Since the whole point is to ensure high-quality delivery of IT services at the optimum cost, change has to be managed very carefully to avoid risk to a stable and functioning environment. You also need project management (and a chunk of Lean thinking) to contain unproductive expenditures
Our Previous Webinar Series discusses ITIL v3. Now we are going to discuss ITIL® Version 4.
ITIL® 4 is an evolution of ITIL®v3 concepts, not a replacement. The good practices from previous versions of ITIL® are still valid, however, the ITIL® 4 publications have been updated to include additional modern practices and approaches for delivering valuable products and services to customers. The table below includes a summary of three key differences between ITIL® v3 and ITIL® 4:
In addition to the above, ITIL® 4 introduces the following new concepts, which we’ll dig into in further detail below:
Service Value System
Service Relationship Model
Value, Outcomes, Costs, and Risks (VOCR)
ITIL’s Guiding Principles (updated from the ITIL® Practitioner publication, released in 2016)
General Management Practices
Technical Management Practices
ITIL® 4 also includes details on modern and emerging technologies like cloud computing, infrastructure as a service (IaaS), neural networks, natural language processing, machine learning, blockchain, etc. and weaves in concepts from Lean, Agile, Scrum, DevOps, and other modern ways of working.
Let’s watch the video for clear explanation on What is ITIL® v4.
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Our first Webinar Series discusses the Introduction of ITIL. Now we are going to discuss about ITIL® Version 2.
Although ITIL® Version 1 gives many benefits to early adopters, there was no rigor around individual best practices. In the late 1990s, ITIL architects realized that an integrated service management framework was needed that organized and coordinated the work of the previously identified best practices; a flexible framework fitting the needs of any size organization. With those goals in mind, the architects set to work and in the year 2000, ITIL® Version 2 was released.
ITIL® Version 2 (v2) breaks down IT Services into 6 group of processes. The components interlock like pieces in a jigsaw puzzle, each with its own set of touch points or process hand-offs. ITIL® processes aid in aligning IT components into discrete services, as well as delivering and supporting those services. ITIL® offers disciplines to ensure services, roles, and responsibilities are well-documented and understood by both IT and the business units. When done correctly, services can be provisioned internally or externally without any perceivable difference by the business.
See how the different components of ITIL® Version 2 work together in the video!
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Our first Webinar Series discuss about Introduction of ITIL®. Check the next part of the series as we will discuss on ITIL® v2, ITIL® v3 and the newest ITIL® v4.
IITIL® (Information Technology Infrastructure Library) is the world’s most widely used IT Service Management framework. ITIL® gives direction to an organization and people to utilize IT as a tool to encourage business change, transformation, and development.
The goal is to improve efficiency and achieve predictable service levels. The objective is to enhance performance and accomplish certain service levels. The key factor for ITIL® success is vendor neutrality, Best practices and easy to understand the framework.
ITIL® has been used worldwide and been updated through time to fit the needs of Information Technology practitioners. Last year, Axelos has released the latest ITIL® version, ITIL® 4.
ITIL® 4 will help businesses navigate the new technological era, commonly known as the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The speed of current breakthroughs is disrupting almost every industry on a global scale. The Fourth Industrial Revolution is marked by emerging technology in fields including robotics, artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, quantum computing, biotechnology, the Internet of Things (IoT), 3D printing, autonomous vehicles and much more.
ITIL® 4 will provide a practical and flexible basis to support organizations on their journey into the new world of digital transformation by helping them align their human, digital and physical resources to compete within the modern complex landscape.
The context of ITIL®, with the release of ITIL® 4 is now much bigger, with an emphasis on the business and technology world, how it works today, and how it will work in the future with Agile, DevOps and digital transformation.
But before we go deeper with ITIL® 4, let’s check what ITIL® is !
Check our upcoming Modern ITSM Series video – What is ITIL® v2
Thank you for watching, and enjoy!
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