76. Unlocking the Main Elements of the Knowledge Centered Service, With Lana Kosnik
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3M ago
The KCS offers a more collective approach to Knowledge Management through a defined method. Lana Kosnik, trainer in this system, explains here the main elements that make up the Knowledge Centered Service approach. She starts by explaining how the KCS coaching programs operate through a peer-to-peer perspective. Then she dives into the method’s main elements, including the eight solve and evolve processes, the core concepts, and the four principles that guide the whole system. To conclude, she shares some recommendations for what to do with legacy content when adopting the KCS, and lists the ..read more
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73. Learning From Practice In ITSM, With Ryan Ogilvie
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3M ago
When looking to improve ITSM processes, Ryan argues that the focus should be put on learning from practice. He shares his experience of ten years as an ITSM consultant, pointing out how important it is for organizations to look inwards, avoid working on autopilot, analyze the why’s behind their operations, and, when possible, come to their own conclusions for where and how to improve. To finish off, Ryan touches on knowledge sharing, identifying the need for it to be short, functional, and practical to engage with. Ryan Ogilvie has worked for the last ten years as an independent ITSM Coach and ..read more
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[LIVE SESSION] Knowledge Management Success: Tips, Tricks, And Metrics
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4M ago
A proper Knowledge Management strategy is essential to an efficient IT support offering. However, achieving this may present some challenges. It requires time, effort, consistency, and, most importantly, to create awareness of its relevance. But all hope is not lost! In this live session, Liz Bunger and Michelle Stumpf dive deep into the factors determining Knowledge Management success, including the Knowledge-Centered Support function, the knowledge funnel, and the path from knowledge to an article. Plus, they share tips and tricks for documenting, writing, and measuring. Liz Bunger is the KC ..read more
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72. Building Community Within a Customer Support Team, With Neal Travis
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4M ago
Neal Travis brings on the importance of building community, fostering strong relationships, and encouraging effective communication within a Customer Support team. He shares his current experience in AIHR, focusing on the work he does to motivate connections and share knowledge throughout the support team. Neal also talks about his experience with Support Driven, a community for Support professionals, and how his participation allows him to grow and improve in his day to day tasks. Neal Travis is currently the Support and Admissions Manager for AIHR, an online learning and edtech company, and ..read more
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71. How to Become an ITSM Consultant, With Sophie Hussey
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4M ago
Have you ever wanted to leave your current position and become an ITSM consultant? Here’s a little help in that direction! ITSM independent consultant and mentor Sophie Hussey shares her work process and how ITIL4 continues to provide a solid structure that allows organizations to focus on simplifying processes and finding what really is adding value to their workplace. For this, she specifically points out the importance of Change Enablement and Risk Management and lists other frameworks and strategies that she incorporates to her program. Sophie Hussey has over 20 years of experience in the ..read more
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[LIVE SESSION] Staffing For Service: Models, Volumes, And Training
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4M ago
Help desk staffing gets more and more complex over time. How do you know when to hire, how to hire, and how many people to hire at the service desk? If you don't know, we have a panel to try to answer that for you! Jacob White, Kincy Clark, Simone Jo Moore, Daniel Breston, and Matt Beran discuss staffing for service, available models, and training to build the best IT support team. Jacob White is a Consultant/Advisor with a rich background in Sales and Support. Before that, he was the Head of Customer Service at Adaptiva and the Director of Technical Support Engineering at CrowdStrike. Kincy C ..read more
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70. Emotional intelligence in leadership, with Deborah Monroe
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5M ago
The power of emotional intelligence capabilities in leadership shouldn’t be underestimated. Building upon her experience in IT and in learning and development, Deborah Monroe makes the point that strong psychological awareness and a people-centric approach can take you a long way. And, not only that, but it is also measurable and science-based information that has to be taken seriously. To finish off, she shares some practical insights on her experience with HDI training. Deborah Monroe, also known as the people person in IT, is currently the president of Ignite Achievements International, and ..read more
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69. Unfolding Yet Another Service Management Model (YaSM), With Stefan Kempter
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5M ago
Following simple, straightforward, and adaptable rules to design Service Management processes was what Stefan Kempter had in mind when putting together the YaSM (Yet Another Service Management Model). However, as the name smartly implies, this idea doesn’t stand alone. Here, Stefan shares the process behind the making of the model, how it brings together different ITSM framework principles, and what organizations get from implementing it, including documents, templates and diagrams that avoid having to start every process from scratch. To finish off, he also gives out some valuable advice for ..read more
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68. How to Become a Help Desk Technician? First Steps as an Agent, with Abby Sininger
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5M ago
Abby Sininger is taking her first steps in IT having landed an internship as support analyst at GRE and shares her insights into what it’s like working on the front line of a help desk. As a young adult making her way into this field of work, she talks about which skills she believes are most important for the job, her educational background and current studies, and how she first got interested in tech through the program Women in STEM. Finally, Abby gives out some advice for people with similar interests and professional goals, and goes through what she expects for her future. Abby Sininger i ..read more
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67. The power of Simulations in ITSM training, with James Gander
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5M ago
ITSM is all about serving the people. And that counts for both sides of the equation. IT industry veteran James Gander walks us through the power of simulations in ITSM training and service desk environments. He highlights their ability to encourage communication and collaboration amongst teams, and real-life experiences over pure books and theory. He also shares some recent projects, such as The Project Phoenix and MarsLander, and examples of remote simulations. James Gander has over 30 years working in the IT industry. In 2010 he left full-time employment and started serving as Managing Dire ..read more
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