the IT Skeptic's New Year's Resolutions

In our fast paced and cynical age, I doubt anyone takes New Year's resolutions seriously any more. Or if they do it is only for the duration of the modern attention span - about 30 seconds.

Nevertheless they do provide an opportunity to contemplate what we would like to improve and to prioritise what we are going to do about it. And they provide a source of amusement around this time of year (not to mention the amusement next year when we review how well we did).

So with that in mind, here are the IT Skeptic's New Year's Resolutions. In 2008 I will:

  • look at new topics such as IT governance or open source
  • learn more about COBIT
  • pay less attention to itSMF monkey business (this one will be hard)
  • finish Project OReckon (you'll see)
  • publish my danged book

How about you? What are your ITSM resolutions for 2008?


New Year's resolutions 2008

Got the first three, failed on the last two (the "danged book" was not Introduction to Real ITSM, it was Owning ITIL, which is about to publish, a year late).

I wasn't silly enough to make any resolutions this year, other than to try to stay solvent.

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