BCS Service Management present: The Future of ITIL, an Evening with AXELOS

Date:
Thursday 12 September 2013

Time:
6.00pm - 9.00pm

Venue:
BCS, 1st Floor, The Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London, WC2E 7HA | Maps

Cost:
Free to attend for BCS Members. £15.00 (+VAT) for Non-Members

Speaker:

Chris Barrett, Director, ITIL JV - AXELOS

Synopsis:

A chance to hear of the plans and progress of the new the Best Management Practice portfolio Joint Venture between the Cabinet Office and Capita directly from the leaders of the new company - now called AXELOS.

And most importantly to ask questions and discuss ideas for the way forward from the SMSG membership viewpoint!

We expect to cover:

  • What is the role of the new company?
  • What are the aims?
  • What will happen to our certifications and qualifications?
  • Who are engaged in the process of change? Who do they consider as stakeholders?
  • What will the impact be to the independent consultant or trainer in terms of ability or price to use ITIL material?
  • Etc, etc....

There will be plenty of interaction and q&a time, so please come ready with any questions you have and also feel free to send in questions before the event to the Chairs’ email - bpscotty@yahoo.co.uk

This event is aimed at the widest range of IT and Business professionals to ensure grass roots participation and engagement for the benefit of ITSM

The SMSG always aim to record the audio and publish the slides as PDF on our website after the event.

We are looking to trial stream the event as well - details to follow, but currently only physical attendees can receive a CPD certificate.

Speaker Bios

Chris Barrett: Director for AXELOS, the Cabinet Office & Capita Joint Venture formed in July 2013. AXELOS is the owner and custodian for the Best Management Practice suite that includes PRINCE2, Managing Successful Programmes and ITIL. The Joint Venture will support, develop and grow ITSM and PPM practices & communities globally. Quality, Innovation and Growth underpin the developing plans and strategy.

Chris brings a wealth of experience drawn from leadership roles in systems implementation and people and process transformation. While his roots lie in in consulting, operational performance and programme management, recent roles have included larger scale heavy lifting delivery programmes, consulting practice management and mentoring.