This post from ITIL ® and Me draws the real life comparison between an actual adoption and “adopting” ITIL into your organization. The post's author explains how there are trials and delays in both — how there are sudden, last minute tasks that must be accomplished and overcome; but in the end, any challenges are worthwhile. The author goes on to explain how adoption is the right term for organizational implementation of ITIL: the term carries permanence. A group has to decide to bring ITIL on for the duration — not as a quick fix that can be abandoned once the benefits are realized.
Comment ID: 28
Comment Date: 2012-03-14 11:44:43
Comment Author: Why Adoption is the Right Term for ITIL and ITSM : AITS.org | ITIL Foundation Training
Author Url: http://www.itil-foundation.net/training-courses/why-adoption-is-the-right-term-for-itil-and-itsm-aits-org-2/
Author IP: 184.108.40.206
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