By Jenny Dugmore

ISBN-10: 0580728455

ISBN-13: 9780580728457

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Stages in the life cycle and changes of status are: • • • • • • recognition of a business need; planning and design of the service; service development; agreement of SLAs, testing and acceptance into operational running; inclusion in the service catalogue; service removed/retired. A service that can be improved or changed is managed through the same process and within the framework of the service portfolio. When a service is removed/retired, the entry is removed from the service catalogue. g. required for regulatory reasons.

Figure 10 – ‘Plan-Do-Check-Act’ improvement cycle (from Part 1) Source: ISO/IEC 20000-1:2011 The more detailed components of an SMS are shown in the Figure 11. The ITIL Continual Service Improvement (CSI) publication uses the 7-step improvement process that is based on the PDCA cycle: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 22 identify the strategy for improvement; define what you will measure; gather the data; process the data; analyse the information and data; present and use the information; implement improvements. What is the Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle?

Each phase in the PDCA cycle is equal in importance. Any stage can be a weak link and failure to implement and manage the requirements for each stage will undermine the whole cycle. Authority levels One important aspect of an SMS is the identification of the authority levels and responsibilities of the management team. Responsibility for an aspect of the SMS, such as a process, may be combined with operational responsibility for a team of support staff. However, the two types of role are different.

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