Service Management Consultant and Agile Coach
A regular public speaker in the service management industry, Hannah started her career as a Service Management Consultant and followed her passion to become a thought leader specializing in knowledge management. She currently works as an Agile Coach at TOPdesk UK, driving organizational change on both a process and cultural level.
Self-service and automation – some common questions answered
There’s been an ever-growing interest in self-service and automation the last few years. And that’s great! It has a ton of benefits for service desks. But some questions still arise: does it create new work? Will it take away my work? Find out the answers in this blog.
Defining and mapping customer journey touch points
Want to know the secret to improving your customer experience? Find out how customer journey mapping and customer journey touch points can help you.
Overcoming Knowledge Management Challenges
If you’re looking at better knowledge sharing in your organisation, one of the biggest knowledge management challenges is preparing your service desk for the change in operations. Discover how you can overcome them.
Rethinking the ITSM Service Design Process
ITSM is always changing. We’re constantly developing new technologies in a bid to make businesses run more efficiently. While that’s all well and good, we seem to have forgotten why we invest in these advances: to benefit people.
5 ideas for a better Problem Management process (step-by-step)
In this blog, I’ll go through some nifty ideas for everything from problem detection to logging your problems. It will be step-by-step based, so for some more over-arching best practices to keep in mind while implementing better Problem Management you can read my other Problem Management blog.
Why XLAs matter for your Service Delivery
It makes sense, right? Why XLAs matter for your service delivery? If our only performance metric is how many tickets we solve within what time, or how many knowledge items we create – is anyone actually assessing the quality of what we produce?
The changing roles and responsibilities of the Knowledge Manager
Is the Knowledge Manager the one doing most of the writing, editing and publishing? This happens quite a lot, it’s not optimal, and this is what to do about it.
4 questions for starting a Change Management process
Change Management is still arguably the ITIL-process that causes most people on a project the most problems. But these problems can easily be avoided!
Making your IT Service Level Agreements more flexible
SLAs are great for reporting to management but too much focus on that may risk long term damage to your organisation. The solution? A shift towards XLAs.
5 checklist items for Best Practice Change Management
Ensure change management happens smoothly in your organisation with these tips for things that should be on your change management checklist.
4 steps to a Customer-focused Service Desk culture
See how to make your Service team more customer focused by taking four quick steps towards a more customer focused culture.
5 service desk metrics for your service departments
When almost any interaction with your Service Desk can be monitored, how do you report on the right data? These are the service desk metrics to report on.
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