Fresh Links Sundae

Fresh Links Sundae encapsulates some pieces of information I have come across during the week. They maybe ITSM related or not entirely. Often they are from the people whose work I admire, and I hope you will find something of value.

 

 

 

What would the future of Service Desk looks like? James Finister describes his view. Service Desk 2.0 (CORE ITSM)

Another view point on the future of Service Desk from Rob England. User self-help – a skeptical view (The IT Skeptic)

Charles Betz discusses a number of dynamics that impact the future of IT management. Next generation IT management (Integrated IT Management)

Robert Stroud describes what a case of brilliant customer experience he came across when he recently traveled to Europe. Customer Service making a difference and changing the way I travel to Europe (CA Community)

Joshua Simon discusses how ITIL best practices can contribute to improved information security. How ITIL Addresses Security (The ITSM Lens)

Marshall Goldsmith talks about what coaching advice he might give to two coaches, Joe Torre, the former coach of the New York Yankees, and Joe Girardi, the new coach of the Yankees. Torre and Girardi: Coaching the Joes (Marshall Goldsmith)

Mark Horstman and Mike Auzenne talk about why it is important to make sure your priorities are reflected in your calendar. Life is what happens… (Manager Tools)

Seth Godin asks “Who is your customer?” (I think it is also a concept that is vitally important in ITSM and drives how services can and should be provided.) Who is your customer? (Seth Godin’s Blog)

Liz Ryan discusses ways to make your LinkedIn profile work harder for you. 25 Ways to Make LinkedIn Work for You (Bloomberg BusinessWeek)

Umair Haque suggests that it is time to get “lethally serious” about doing things that actually matters. Create a Meaningful Life Through Meaningful Work (HBR Blog Network)

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