Meet Monique Orr, Senior Vice President Enterprise Solutions in Computer Hardware, Greater San Diego Area.
She decides to oversee implementation of ITIL Lifecycle. Her main goal is preventing failure to build training or ramp up time into the plan.
In her ITIL Lifecycle Toolkit Monique has 17 documents that cover the ITIL Lifecycle topic.
Monique finds 2 Powerpoint Presentations, 14 PDFs and 1 Word Document that cover ITIL Lifecycle in-depth.
Monique hones in on the following actionable documents and quickly scrolls through each document:
– Act Tqm Do Culture.pdf
– b. ITIL Service Management Practices Executive Overview.ppt
– For It Service Management.pdf
– It Service Management And Itil.pdf
– Itil And Togaf 9.1- Two Frameworks.pdf
– Itil Continual Service Improvement.pdf
– Itil Csi.pdf
– Itil For Managed Service Providers.pdf
– ITIL Service Management Practices Executive Overview.ppt
– Itil Service Operation.pdf
– Service Operation – Performs The Day-to-day Operation Of The Processes.pdf
– Service Operation.pdf
– Togaf 9 And Itil V3 Two Frameworks Whitepaper.pdf
– Toolkit Roadmap – Roles Responsibilities.doc
– Transition Planning And Support Has Two Main Areas Of Activity-.pdf
Monique now feels secure about her ITIL Lifecycle expertise and has the practical input and examples she needs to oversee implementation of ITIL Lifecycle in minutes. On top of that, the documents also give her input on how to observe effective ITIL Lifecycle.
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