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The Rise and Fall of the Empire - ITIL and Digital Transformation

DT is altering the food chain! Is your ecosystem adapting fast enough?

Listen to real-world examples of how some companies are evolving and transforming at an incredible rate fueled by technologies that didn’t even exist a short while ago.

No sector or industry is immune or future proofed from what’s about to follow. Traditional big business and institutions are at risk of being displaced, becoming obsolete or made irrelevant.

The pace of change is accelerating exponentially; are you adapting fast enough?

What if - there was a new service management model that could help you tap into and leverage your current investments, methods and human capital to adapt more quickly.

What if - this new service management model was self-organizing, just-in-time, low entry cost, flexible and elastic?

What if - this new service management model inspired innovation, creativity and outside the box thinking?

Would it be worth the hearing about it?

This session is about how to optimize and transform IT Service Management in the digital age.

In 45 minutes we’ll cover: 
*How digital transformation is shaking things up
*How ITSM is evolving to manage services in the digital age.
*What’s VeriSM all about
*What’s the new Business/IT ecosystem
*What’s the new management mesh
*How does governance enable innovation
*How to pick up the pace
*How to learn more
Recorded Jul 19 2018 44 mins
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David Smith President Micromation Inc. VeriSM, ITSM, ITIL, Lean, Kaizen, ISO, TCO. Author – Implementing Metrics
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  • Reducing Security Risks with better CyberSecurity Practices Recorded: Nov 13 2018 37 mins
    Dean Williams, President Block64
    Three (3) Week Cycle Method.

    Cyber-attacks worldwide cost businesses more than $400B annually. Studies predict that number could climb to $2.1T by 2019.
    Leading cause of breaches include apps being downloaded without approval, unmanaged devices being used within the corporate network, poor password protection, error-prone manual processes and many more.

    Today, organizations are faced with lengthy processes to identify, prioritize and remediate security vulnerabilities, which ultimately can cost organizations not only millions in dollars but irreparable damage to their company brand.

    Learn how leading companies expose risk, minimize attack surfaces, and generally improve the overall security posture.

    In 30 minutes, Dean Williams President of Block64 will discuss how to:

    -Minimize data loss, risk of fraud and employee downtime as a result of security breach
    -Save money and reduce effort spent combatting daily cyber threats
    -Securely manage IT assets to promote reliable cyber-security practices
    -Build a resilient IT infrastructure that can quickly respond to new threats
    - Ensure you have a secure and effective defense against future attacks
  • The Rise and Fall of the Empire - ITIL and Digital Transformation Recorded: Jul 19 2018 44 mins
    David Smith President Micromation Inc. VeriSM, ITSM, ITIL, Lean, Kaizen, ISO, TCO. Author – Implementing Metrics
    DT is altering the food chain! Is your ecosystem adapting fast enough?

    Listen to real-world examples of how some companies are evolving and transforming at an incredible rate fueled by technologies that didn’t even exist a short while ago.

    No sector or industry is immune or future proofed from what’s about to follow. Traditional big business and institutions are at risk of being displaced, becoming obsolete or made irrelevant.

    The pace of change is accelerating exponentially; are you adapting fast enough?

    What if - there was a new service management model that could help you tap into and leverage your current investments, methods and human capital to adapt more quickly.

    What if - this new service management model was self-organizing, just-in-time, low entry cost, flexible and elastic?

    What if - this new service management model inspired innovation, creativity and outside the box thinking?

    Would it be worth the hearing about it?

    This session is about how to optimize and transform IT Service Management in the digital age.

    In 45 minutes we’ll cover: 
    *How digital transformation is shaking things up
    *How ITSM is evolving to manage services in the digital age.
    *What’s VeriSM all about
    *What’s the new Business/IT ecosystem
    *What’s the new management mesh
    *How does governance enable innovation
    *How to pick up the pace
    *How to learn more
  • Need for Speed! Digital Transformation and DevOps Recorded: Jul 17 2018 45 mins
    David Smith President Micromation Inc. VeriSM, ITSM, ITIL, Lean, Kaizen, ISO, TCO. Author – Implementing Metrics
    DevOps! Curse or Cure for DT’s insatiable need for speed?

    Many predict mass extinction of traditional jobs as we know them today as a result of digital transformation and disruption.
    No sector or industry is immune or future proofed from what’s about to follow. Traditional businesses and institutions are at risk of being displaced, becoming obsolete or made irrelevant.

    Listen to real-world examples of how some companies are evolving and transforming at an incredible rate fueled by management practices and technologies that didn’t even exist a short while ago.

    The pace of change is accelerating exponentially; are you adapting fast enough?
    What if – you could deploy software 46 times faster?
    What if – you could recover 96 times faster from system downtime?
    What if – you could deploy changes with 80% less failures?
    Would it be worth the hearing about it?

    This session is about how smart companies are deploying new business functionality in the digital age.

     In 45 minutes we’ll cover: 
    * How digital transformation is shaking things up
    * What’s DevOps all about
    * How’s DevOps evolving in the digital age
    * What are the key lessons learned so far
    * What’s the new management practice TRIAD
    * What are the killer automation Apps
    * How to pick up the pace
    * How to learn more
  • Using Lean CSI to enable fast-safe-reliable Change Management Recorded: May 15 2018 38 mins
    David Smith President Micromation Inc. VeriSM, ITSM, ITIL, Lean, Kaizen, ISO, TCO. Author – Implementing Metrics
    Listen to real-world examples of how Lean CSI is used to salvage customer relations and reduce costs by enabling fast-safe-reliable Change Management to decrease failed changes leading to outages.

    Hear voice of customer to learn what they value most; define goals, objectives, outcomes and measurements of success.
    Use Kaizen methods with problem analysis to find your weakest links that matter most through root cause analysis.
    Identify issues, gaps, risks and waste that cause errors, drain your resources and clog-up your work flow.
    Develop a prioritized list of initiatives using Agile project management methods.
    Fast-track the implementation and adoption of organizational changes using the principles and power of DevOps based team.

    This session is about how to use proven Lean CSI method to deliver and optimize quality change management services to customers, identify waste and eliminate it, improve efficiency, speed of execution and the overall reliability of managing changes.

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    What’s Lean CSI all about
    How Lean CSI maximizes customer value by minimizing waste
    Critical to quality measurement for change management
    Value stream mapping technique
    Kaizen & problem analysis technique
    Agile SCRUM and DevOps technique
    How to learn more
    How to get started
  • Use your data to Reduce Service Request Resolution Time Recorded: Dec 7 2016 41 mins
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    Case study examples of using better asset data to improve service, reduce cost & mitigate risk.

    Smash the silo: make your key asset data available across the organization, at all times. In this section, we’ll talk a bit about how organizations often silo their support/ticketing systems off from other systems containing key asset data, and why this would matter and introduce potential waste and headaches for an organization.

    The hidden costs of a long refresh cycle: Here I discuss the relationship between aged assets and the spike this can cause in support traffic. A look at gaps that can be exposed by having things like asset age, supportability, and current maintenance coverage can help with a refresh strategy.

    Proper maintenance coverage: a shortcut to eased support overhead.
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    Pitfalls of popular maintenance platforms: Discussing some of the ways in which gaps that cause support headaches are systemically introduced by popular maintenance programs such as SmartNET.

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    Paul Vos, Sr. SM & Organizational Change Management Consultant
    We look to ITIL processes like Change, Release and Configuration Management to give us more control, insight and improved performance just find massive resistance to change.
    Time and again our IT improvementS eludes us because of ‘Resistance to change’.
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    David Smith President Micromation Inc. ITSM, ITIL, Lean, Kaizen, ISO, TCO, Author – Implementing Metrics
    Since IT is primarily “Knowledge Work” it’s critical we understand our productivity vs. the value we create. Time is the key factor in calculating productivity. It is also important to know what value-added vs. non-value activities consume our time.

    Leading organizations are tapping into a new Lean IT measurement model to better understand how to measure throughput, efficiency, effectiveness and quality of ITSM services.

    There are three common measurement constraints:
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    2. Interpreting results. Many lack the skills and methods required to analyze metrics data to support corrective or preventative action.
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    This session is about how savvy IT managers are implementing a new Lean IT monitoring and metrics and ITSM.

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    What’s Lean all about
    How Lean maximizes customer value by minimizing waste
    Critical to quality measurement for ITSM
    Value stream mapping technique
    Lean ITSM value stream metrics
    Interpreting result with examples of non-value activities (waste)
    How to get trustworthy data
    How to learn more
    How to get started for no cost
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    Diego Berea - Director of Ozona Consulting, ISO 20000-2 co-editor, ISO 20000-9 project editor
    Monitoring tools have always been there. Other sources also provide useful information to calculate availability and performance of IT Services.
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    - Tips on how to get started
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    David Smith, President Micromation Inc., ITSM, ITIL, Lean, TCO, ISO, Author – Implementing Metrics
    What’s the new digital business model used by leading organizations?

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    What are the aspects of an organization’s culture that impact the success—or failure— of the role?
    How can we motivate the process owner?
    What are the measurements of success?
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    Daniel Breston, Chief of DevOps Transformation, ranger4
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    DevOps is best defined as the capability to cooperate, collaborate, communicate and continuously improve how an organisation uses and benefits from technology to satisfy the goals of a customer or help them remove a problem.

    In the webinar, we will discuss:
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    •How are they different?
    •How are they similar?
    •How they get you to begin a DevOps journey?
    •Tips on the journey of idea to realisation?

    If you are thinking of how to benefit further from Agile, looking to remove the complexities of your ITSM processes or want to understand why lean is important to your success; listen to this interactive session.
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