The IT Service Management process known as Problem Management is more than simply restoring services and applying permanent fixes to incidents; it is about providing a stable and available infrastructure that supports business processes and enables the success of the business.
Written by authors who are recognized experts in problem management, this publication goes beyond existing process theory and supplements the HDI Problem Management Professional Certification by including step by step easy to understand examples, real-life scenarios and personal experiences to keep the reader engaged from cover to cover. The process templates, tables, and reports included in the appendix will enable readers to more quickly establish and mature problem management within their organization.
This title is ideal for IT professionals who are working, or plan to work, within problem management, whether in a technical, managerial or operational role.
Consolidates problem management principles and concepts from numerous industry frameworks
Provides clear guidance on how to successfully incorporate problem management activities within your IT organization
Includes recommendations for communicating and measuring the business value of problem management
Helps readers avoid common mistakes by following recommendations from the authors experiences
Supports and expands upon the HDI Problem Management Professional certification
Includes valuable templates, tables and reports to accelerate implementation
This book provides practical guidance on the design, implementation, and effective execution of problem management. Problem management seeks to reduce and prevent the number and severity of incidents and problems on the business that are caused by errors within the IT infrastructure.