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Q: True/false: Technical Mgmt is a function.
Q: What is the main purpose of Technical Mgmt?
A: to provide technical skills.
Q: What is the purpose of Application Management?
A: to manage applications throughout their lifecycle.
Q: What are IT Operations Mgmt sub-functions?
A: IT Operation Control and Facilities Management.
Q: What is the purpose of the 7 keys of performance?
A: efficiency and cost effectiveness.
Q: true/false: CSI is a process
Q: True/false: The Deming Cycle is a process
Q: What is the purpose of Service Level Management?
A: The purpose of Service Level Management is:
– to negotiate achievable levels of service with customers and to ensure they are maintained at all stages of the Service Lifecycle,
– to control, measure and monitor the performance of services (through service reports) and define measurement metrics for that,
– to make sure the service provider can provide services at the agreed levels for the customer, in terms of utility and warranty.
Q: Which questions does Service Portfolio Management answer?
A: Service Portfolio Management answers the following questions:
– Why do customer buy this service?
– Why do customers buy this service from us?
– What are the pricing and chargeback models?
– How should service assets be allocated?
Q: What’s the measure metric for Business Relationship Mgmt?
A: customer satisfaction, his willingness to pay for the services, his potential to attract new customers.
Q: What’s the input of Service Design?
Q: What’s the output of Service Design?
Q: What are some of the components of SDP?
A: definition of processes that will be used in Service Transition.
Q: What is the purpose of Service Design?
A: The purpose of Service Design is:
– to design new or changing services that are cost effective, in compliance with the requirements dictated in the Service Level Package, and with the service strategies constraints
– to ensure these services integrate with the existing infrastructure, technology and other services.
Q: True/false: the design of the service will be almost complete of seen from the IT perspective
A: false. IT perspective is just a small portion of the design. A holistic approach is required when designing services.