The IT Service Management Processes and Activities Roles and Responsibilities Job Description Handbook: All 52 ITIL Tasks, Functions and Job Descriptions Explained, Detailed and Ready to Use - bringing Theory into Practice: All 52 Itil Tasks, Functions and Job Descriptions Explained, Detailed and Ready to Use - Bringing Theory Into Practice

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Art of Service, 2008 - Business & Economics - 220 pages
Complete Handbook of IT service Management and ITIL V3 Roles and Responsibilities. How does your organization match IT roles to ITIL roles?

Many of our clients asked us for help in ITIL v3 role and responsibility descriptions, here is the utterly excellent guide to roles and responsibilities in ITIL v3.

If you have ever worked in, been a partner or managed an IT organization, this book will not only answer a lot of your troubling questions, it will also explain matters that you did not know the questions to - just the obnoxious frustration of something that was not working.

It is with incredible ease, yet depth and understanding that this book ploughs through the important issues that concerns not only HR managers and CIOs, but anyone who wants to climb up the ladder.

It explains how you got to balance your IT staff (process managers and specialists) and why it is so vitally important to mix people on the right combination of processes and projects (brains, grey hair and procedure projects) as this builds up the organization's human capital, and provides the means and profitability to continue to align with business objectives and grow.

This book is not filled with theoritical babble but practical and useful information, knowledge and experience!

The book is divided into six parts: CSI, Service Design, Service Operation, Service Strategy, Service Transition and ISO/IEC 20000. All in all it comprises of 52 documents.

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