Do you have a view to share about a service management project that you’re involved in, an event you’ve recently attended, or an ITSM issue that you feel strongly about?
Blogs are an essential part of itSMF UK’s mission to bring service management practitioners together through common experience and expertise. Why not take an hour or two over the festive period to put a short article together?
What should I write about?
As long as it’s related to service management, the topic is up to you. You could take inspiration from one of our Blog of the Year finalists below or choose a completely new subject:
- Leadership – the forgotten process / Mohammed El-Arabi
- Measuring customer experience / Chris Kingsbury
- Healthcare and ITSM / Daniel Breston
- Fighting for ribbons / Barry Corless.
There are just a few guidelines:
- Aim for between 800 and 1000 words.
- Say it in your own words – you’re sharing your views, not re-writing industry best practice.
- Feel free to add images if you wish – as long as they’re not protected by copyright.
- If grammar and punctuation aren’t your strong point, don’t worry. We have editors who actually enjoy that kind of thing. Yes, really!
- Don’t be put off if you haven’t blogged before – we’d particularly like to hear from first-timers.
Or if you prefer, why not conside a vlog instead? We’d welcome your personal videos on a topic of personal interest (three minutes max please).
So don’t delay; drop a note to our resident wordsmith with a very brief outline of your proposed article, and start writing!