Chatbots are becoming a common part of our everyday online interactions. They help us with directions, to order food, and increasingly, they provide customer service. Many commercial websites have a chatbot cheerfully greet us on landing, standing ready to respond
Technology continues to advance at an exponential rate, and businesses are struggling to keep up. One way to stay relevant in a crowded, sophisticated marketplace is to employ workers who can emulate the dizzying pace of progress. That isn't as
A knowledge management program is a change management program, and lasting behaviour change needs rewired routines. One of the simplest and most cost-effective ways to reinforce new behaviours is to make those expectations visible with posters in the work area.
I've been working on an interesting project with a higher education institution. They have Oracle Service Cloud Enterprise, which ships Knowledge Foundation as standard. Knowledge Foundation is what used to be known as RightNow Answers. They came to me with
One of our biggest challenges in service management is explaining what it is and why it's useful. The ITIL definition is dry and completely unsellable. A set of specialised organisational capabilities for providing value to customers in the form of services. It's
I'm delighted, this week, to bring you an interview with Gene Kim. Gene will be presenting one of the opening keynotes at the Innovating IT Service conference, and a workshop. He has been a founder, CTO, and author. GeneÂ loves finding