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9 Steps to consider when transforming service mindset in an IT service operations

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Many times, operationally we achieved “green” Service Level, but in reality, did we delivered service within customer expectation? Have you ever wonder, could this be wrong defined SLA?  Or do we focus too much on SLA and we forgot the most crucial factor that is, customer’s perception and users’ experiences?

Excellence service is the integral part that will reflect your business culture and retention of customers. Hence, the ability to provide consistent high service levels can be challenging. But how can we maintain the ever continuous demands and able to overcome situations and challenges?

Download and read this white paper highlighting 9 steps for you to consider when transforming service mindset in your IT service organization.

FREE Assessment Toolkit for Incident Management

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This toolkit serves a base level of self-assessment for IT Department to gauge whether it has attempted or has adopted the ITIL Service Management best practice.

These questionnaires are not to test whether there is complete conformance with ITIL but aims to create awareness on how well the IT organization performing compared to ITIL Service Management best practice and management & control issues that may be addressed to improve the overall process capability.

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FREE Assessment Toolkit for Service Desk

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This toolkit serves a base level of self-assessment for IT Department to gauge whether it has attempted or has adopted the ITIL Service Management best practice.

These questionnaires are not to test whether there is complete conformance with ITIL but aims to create awareness on how well the IT organization performing compared to ITIL Service Management best practice and management & control issues that may be addressed to improve the overall process capability.

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FREE Assessment Toolkit for Problem Management

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A FREE assessment toolkit for problem management.

This toolkit serves a base level of self-assessment for IT Department to gauge whether it has attempted or has adopted the ITIL Service Management best practice.
These questionnaires are not to test whether there is complete conformance with ITIL but aims to create awareness on how well the IT organization performing compared to ITIL Service Management best practice and management & control issues that may be addressed to improve the overall process capability.

Root Cause Analysis (RCA) Template

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Root Cause Analysis Steps

Effective problem solving has four primary steps. These steps must be followed in sequence. Jumping around or skipping a step will ultimately lead to failure in solving the problem

1. Define the problem

2. Create a causal understanding of the problem

3. Identify solutions that act on known causes of the problem

4. Implement the best solutions

This template is merely a guideline for you to fill in the blanks but following the above steps.

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