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ISBN
9780113313709
Author
Cabinet Office
Published by
TSO (The Stationery Office)
Publication Date
31 July 2012
Format
Paperback
Extent
5 volumes
Dimensions
108 x 140 mm

Written by the original authoring team for the ITIL 2011 manuals, this Key Element Guide Suite provides a handy reference to the content contained within the core ITIL Lifecycle publications. They discuss ITIL and its evolution and the need for the Service Lifecycle approach.

The titles examine what is meant by best practice framework, how this relates to 'common practice', and about degrees of prescription and what compliance means.

The main focus of each of the Key Element Guides (KEGs) is to provide an overview of the principles, objectives, key elements, roles and responsibilities, challenges and key lessons for each of the five elements of the service lifecycle.

Key features:
  • Written by authors of the main core guidance titles
  • Provides a handy overview of the five core titles
  • Each KEG shares the same structure
  • Quality assured and endorsed by itSMF International.
 


Related Publications:

ITIL Lifecycle Publication Suite - Book Suite 2011 Editions

ITIL Lifecycle Publication Suite - Book Suite 2011 Editions

Passing Your ITIL Foundation Exam - 2011 Edition Book

Passing Your ITIL Foundation Exam - 2011 Edition Book

Introduction to the ITIL Service Lifecycle - 2011 Edition Book

Introduction to the ITIL Service Lifecycle - 2011 Edition Book


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Aligned to the ITIL 2011 Editions

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ISBN
9780113313761
Author
Cabinet Office
Published by
TSO (The Stationery Office)
Publication Date
20 August 2012
Format
e-book
Extent
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Written by the original authoring team for the ITIL 2011 manuals, this Key Element Guide Suite PDFs provides a handy reference to the content contained within the core ITIL Lifecycle publications. They discuss ITIL and its evolution and the need for the Service Lifecycle approach.

The titles examine what is meant by best practice framework, how this relates to 'common practice', and about degrees of prescription and what compliance means.

The main focus of each of the Key Element Guides (KEGs) is to provide an overview of the principles, objectives, key elements, roles and responsibilities, challenges and key lessons for each of the five elements of the service lifecycle.

Key features:
  • Written by authors of the main core guidance titles
  • Provides a handy overview of the five core titles
  • Each KEG shares the same structure
  • Quality assured and endorsed by itSMF International.

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