As the world evolved, ITIL needed to change and ITIL 4 is very much a transformation.
Professional certifications obtained during undergraduate study at university are making a major difference to students’ career prospects.
This case study describes how Banedanmark used PRINCE2 to design and implement an announcement management system for the Danish railway.
Allan Thomson, PPM Ambassador at AXELOS, shares his “Project Christmas” tips for tackling some of the main causes of stress.
Enterprise agility is almost mandatory today and organizations need to adapt to survive.
In this ITIL 4 Q&A, Dinara Adyrbai explains the development of the 34 management practices and how they relate to ITIL processes.
But although they are worlds apart in many ways, I have found that PRINCE2 and Agile can work together.
Managing IT assets has been a natural part of business for decades: where is the asset? What are you paying for it and from whose budget?
How is the ITIL 4 guiding principle “collaborate and promote visibility” important to organizations today?
How do prescriptive business contracts stand a chance of working in the “change-friendly” world of agile projects?