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Presenter: Greg Sanker, CIO, Author, speaker, and practitioner with over 30 years of global IT experience
Every organization makes changes on a daily basis, and every change has the potential to go wrong and potentially do great harm to the business. How do you balance the need to manage risk, without slowing everything to a grinding halt to go to CAB?
Thankfully, ITIL4 has some great news, and this webinar will get you up to speed on Change Control.
What’s in it for you?
Join if you:
- Want to know what’s new in ITIL4 Change Control
- Have an unpopular CAB
- Need help doing change management in a DevOps world
Far more than a new name for the same old thing, Change Control helps you manage changes at the speed of business.
Motivated by the ideas presented? Print a Personal Action Plan to capture them!
The slide deck will be available the morning of the webinar
The recording of the session will be available post webinar
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