ITIL - Continual Service Improvement Model (CSI Model) questions
Continual Service Improvement
Continual Service Improvement is the phase that binds all the other elements of the Service Lifecycle together and ensures that both the services and the capabilities for providing them continually improves and matures.
The Continual Service Improvement Model (CSI Model) provides the basis by which improvements are made to both services and the capabilities of an IT service provider.
CSI Model questions
- What is the vision?
- Where are we now?
- Where do we want to be?
- How do we get there?
- Did we get there?
= Service Level Management – The primary goal of Service Level Management is to ensure that an agreed level of IT service is provided for all current IT services, and that future services are delivered to agreed achievable targets.
Within Continual Service Improvement, Service Level Management is concerned with improving services and processes through constant:
- Analyzing data gathered during Service Operational
= Service Measurement and Reporting – To coordinate the design of metrics, data collection and reporting activities from the other processes and functions.
These are four main reasons to monitor and measure:
- Validate: Are we supporting the strategy and vision?
- Direct: Based on factual data, people can be guided to change behavior
- Justify: Do we have the right targets and metrics?
- Intervene: Take corrective actions such as identifying improvement opportunities
= CSI (7 Step) Improvement Process – To coordinate a structured approach for improvements to IT services and ITSM processes.
The CSI Improvement Process is based on the Deming Cycle of Continual Improvement (Plan, Do, Check, Act)
What is the first activity of the Continual Service Improvement (CSI) model?
- Understand the vision of the business
What is the correct order of activities in the 7 Step Improvement Process?
- Define what you should measure, define what you can measure, gather data, process data, analyze the data, present and use the information, implement corrective action