Daniel August 27, 2013 12:12 pm

Hi Cyrus,We can use the following steps to imeelmpnt ITIL in any industry:a) Assess the business processes that can benefit from imeelmpnting ITIL. Experts point out a range of different business processes to which business owners or leaders can apply ITIL. These include problem management or change management as well as incident handling and some other types of business issues like capacity, financial accounting and supply chains.b) Use benchmarks to evaluate existing processes. Often, it's important to start at the beginning and document how existing processes work in order to build an environment for imeelmpnting ITIL and improving certain aspects of the business.c) Make goals. In order to imeelmpnt ITIL effectively, you'll want to have goals and objectives on hand in order to craft strategies that will work.Use people-centered tactics to assess business processes, set goals and achieve them by imeelmpnting ITIL. Those who are experienced in business communications know that it's important to reach out to individuals to get them engaged and active in promoting this sort of business strategy. This may require some creativity from a management perspective, but according to many of those who have used ideas like ITIL to streamline business operations, getting more hands on deck is critical.d) Narrow down the options for improving processes. Some businesses may need to cull their original list and further identify viable improvements as needed.e) Identify gaps between your goals and your existing processes. Defining the problem or the gap helps business leadership to craft the right kinds of responses and strategies.f) Get access to a project management methodology. Some business consultants recommend specific methods for imeelmpnting ITIL. In other situations, it might be as simple as creating relevant PowerPoint applications with conventional project management charts, including timelines and other resources as necessary.g) Measure improvements. When ITIL has been imeelmpnted, it's a good idea to keep looking at current operations to observe whether or not these strategies are paying off as they should.Hope this helps.Regards,James