The phase of continual service improvement – CSI for short – is the real driving force behind the service lifecycle. Analogous to agile methods, this enables organisational structures to be continuously optimised in feasible steps.
CSI provides guidance on the instrumentalised generation and receipt of customer value added through improvements in the design, implementation and operation of services.The instructions combine principles, practice and methods from quality management and change management, in particular with regard to process improvements towards optimisation of service quality. This guidance is directly connected to the phases of service strategy, design and transition.
The principle of ownership is crucial in any improvement strategy. The CSI manager becomes the CSI owner and the most important advocate of this key issue. To prepare students for the practice-based exam, the seminar is accompanied by an internally-developed case study.
Focal areas include the objective and purpose of continual service improvement and the principles, processes, activities, functions, supporting technologies, as well as an understanding of implementation.
Participants of this seminar need the ITIL® Foundation Certificate Edition 2011
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|Start19.03.2018||End21.03.2018||Duration3 days||LocationZürich||LanguageDE||Price CHF excl VAT2'800.-||StatusBook|
|Start05.11.2018||End07.11.2018||Duration3 days||LocationZürich||LanguageDE||Price CHF excl VAT2'800.-||StatusBook|
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