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  1. What are Services?

  2. What are Services? • Services are a means of delivering value to customers without requiring the customer to own specific of the costs and risks.

  3. What the types of Services?

  4. What the types of Services? • Core Service – meet customer needs • Support Service – support core services

  5. What is Service Management?

  6. What is Service Management Service Management is a set of specialized capabilities for delivering value to customers in the form of services. ITIL® is a framework for IT Service Management. (Processes and Functions)

  7. Explain Processes

  8. Explain Processes • Processes are structured sets of activities designed to achieve a specific objective. Processes have four basic characteristics: • 1. They transform inputs into outputs • 2. They deliver results [value] to a specific customer or stakeholder • 3. They are measurable • 4. They are triggered by specific events

  9. Explain Functions

  10. Explain Functions • Functions are self-contained subsets of an organization intended to accomplish specific tasks. They usually take the form of a team or group of people and the tools they use. • Whereas processes help organizations accomplish specific objectives--often across multiple functional groups--functions add structure and stability to organizations. Functions generally map fairly directly to the organizational chart of an organization and are usually supported by budgets and reporting structures. Processes, by contract, typically do not have budgets and reporting structures. Both functions and processes involve roles

  11. Explain Roles

  12. Explain Roles • Roles are defined collections of specific responsibilities and privileges. Roles may be held by individuals or teams. Individuals and teams may hold more than one role.

  13. Know about Important Roles

  14. Know About Important Roles • Service Owner -- Accountable for the overall design, performance, integration, improvement, and management of a single service. • Process Owner -- Accountable for the overall design, performance, integration, improvement, and management of a single process. Responsible for ensuring that the process is fit for purpose and is accountable for the outputs of that process. • Service Manager -- Accountable for the development, performance, and improvement of all services in the environment. • Product Manager – Accountable for development, performance, and improvement of a group of related services. • Process Manager responsible for the operational management of a process • Availability Manager Ensure adequate availability of all IT services, Develop and maintain Availability Plan, oversee availability monitoring and improvement of the process, report provision and advice • Change Manager administration of all RFC * Prepare RFCs for CAB meetings, FSC for Service Desk *Authorize (or reject) changes

  15. Important Roles Continued • Capacity Manager: Ensure adequate performance and capacity for all IT services *Capacity Plan *Oversee Performance and Capacity monitoring & alerting *Report provision and advice • Release & Deployment Manager: Drive effectiveness & efficiency of process * Manage release management team * Liaise with Change & Configuration Management, IT platform managers, Application Developers etc • Incident Manager: Drive effectiveness & efficiency of process * Manage incident management team * Ensure SLA targets for Incident resolution are met • Problem Manager Drive effectiveness & efficiency of process * Manage the Problem Management team * Liaise with customers, IT executive, IT platform managers • Service Level Manager: • • Must be senior enough to represent organization; with authority to do what is necessary * Manages Service Catalogue, SLAs and OLAs and ensures alignment of Underpinning Contracts* Identifies and manages improvements to services and processes * Analyses and reports on Service Level Achievements

  16. What is RACI?

  17. What is RACI • Those in the R = RESPONSIBLE role for a given activity are charged with actually executing or performing the activity or task. • The single entity in the A = ACCOUNTABLE role owns the task or activity and must answer for its outcomes. Only one party can be accountable for a given task/activity. • Those in the C = CONSULTED role review and provide advice and authorization around the task or activity. • Those in the I = INFORMED role receive updates as the task or activity progresses

  18. What is Service Strategy

  19. What is Service Strategy • Service Strategy offers value to Service Providers and customers by: • Ensuring that the services they offer align with business objectives. • Ensuring that the services they offer are likely to offer value. • Ensuring that customers can be charged for the services or that some mechanism exists by which the services allow the value offered by the Service Provider to be recognized. • Ensuring that the Service Provider is in a position to handle the costs and risks associated with the services it offers.

  20. What is the Service Strategy Output? • Service Level Package (SLP) (also Service Portfolio)

  21. What are the Service Strategy Processes

  22. What are the Service Strategy Processes • Service Portfolio Management • Demand Management Analysis of (PBA) * reduce excess capacity the satisfy customer requirements • Financial Management Funding - IT Accounting - Chargeback

  23. What are Service Strategy Activities?

  24. What are Service Strategy Activities? • Define Market • Develop Offerings • Develop Strategic Assets • Preparing for Execution

  25. What are the work methods of SPM?

  26. What are the work methods of SPM? • Define • Analyze • Approve • Charter

  27. What is a Service Package

  28. What is Service Package • A Service Package provides a detailed • description of package of bundled services • available to be delivered to Customers. The • contents of a Service Package includes: • • The core services provided • • Any supporting services provided • (often the excitement factors) • • The Service Level Package

  29. What is Service Level Package

  30. What is Service Level Package Defines level of utility and warranty provided by Service Package

  31. What is a Business Case?

  32. What is a Business Case? A Business Case is a structured and documented justification for investment in something expected to deliver value in return, e.g. an IT Service. Business Cases are used during Service Strategy to evaluate the feasibility and desirability of creating and providing various IT Services. • Return on Investment (ROI)/Value on Investment (VOI) • Return on Investment and Value on Investment • Value: Utility and Warranty • The value of service consists of two components: utility and warranty. Services must offer both utility and warranty in order to have value.

  33. What is Utility?

  34. What is Utility? • Fit for Purpose • The positive effect on business processes, activities, objects and tasks. This could be the removal of constraints that improves performance or some other positive effect that improves the outcomes managed and focused on by the customer and business.

  35. What is Warranty?

  36. What is Warranty? • Fit for use

  37. What are Service Assets?

  38. What are Service Assets • Service Assets or (more generally) assets refer to the resources and capabilities which a Service Provider must allocate in order to offer a service.

  39. What are the Strategic Assets?

  40. What are the Strategic Assets? • Service management as a profession • Processes • Capabilities

  41. What are Resources?

  42. What are Resources? • Resources are the raw materials which contribute to a service, such as money, equipment, time, staff, etc. Includes: financial capital, infrastructure, applications, information, people Hard assets, tangible

  43. What are Capabilities?

  44. What are Capabilities? • Capabilities are the specialized skills or abilities an organization applies to resources in order to create value. Capabilities include such things as skills, organization, processes, management, etc. Resources and capabilities are both types of assets • Include: Management, organization, processes, knowledge, people Soft assets, intangible

  45. What is the Service Catalog?

  46. What is the Service Catalog? • The Service Catalog is the subset of the Service Portfolio which contains services currently available to customers and users. The Service Catalog is often the only portion of the Service Portfolio visible to customers. Typically the Service Catalog is implemented as a database and is often web-accessible. The Service Catalog commonly acts as the entry portal for all information regarding services in the live environment.

  47. What is the Service Pipeline?

  48. What is the Service Pipeline? • Services planned or under development

  49. What is the Service Portfolio?

  50. Service Portfolio • The Service Portfolio • The Service Portfolio is the entire set of services under management by a Service Provider. It consists of three major parts: Service Pipeline, Service Catalog, and Retired Services. Services in the Service Portfolio may be: • Under consideration • In design • In development • In testing • In operation • Retired Pipeline + Catalog + Retired