Introduction to ITIL 4 Guiding Principle
In my previous article, I have laid the foundation for some of the things that you need to know about ITIL 4 Guiding Principles. In this article, I want to talk about some of the ways that you can apply the ITIL 4 Guiding principle. Follow me as we look that in this article.
Here are the facts you should know about this Guiding Principle
One of the facts that we need to know about ITIL Guiding Principle is that it encourages and supports organisations in their continual improvement at all levels. As I also said in my previous article, they are universally applicable to nearly any relationship with all stakeholders and groups.
Take, for example, focus on value, can and should be applied to all relevant stakeholders and respective definition of values, not only to service customers.
Also, when organisations should not use just one or two of these principles but should consider the relevance of each of them and how they apply together. Also, it is not all the principles that will be critical in every situation but they should be reviewed on each occasion to determine how appropriate they are.
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