The Problem-solving for ITIL® Foundation course teaches the IT Professional how to approach any incident in a confident and deliberate way and solving the incident “first time every time”.
Systematic problem solving is one of the essential skills that organizations look for these days. The confident professionals who know how to approach an incident and solve it the “first time every time” are in highest demand. They are the professionals who set new standards in innovation and creativity. The learning path of these people keeps growing and enables them to succeed both personally and professionally.
Systematic problem solving applies to all IT disciplines and brings all the skills of different disciples together with a standard process and language to resolve incidents and avoid “trial and error” attempts. The KEPNERandFOURIE® methodology shared during this course goes hand in hand with Incident and Problem Management. This foundation course will enable you to utilize the KEPNERandFOURIE® methodology effectively. The methodology will enable you to find the correct starting point for investigation, identify the core issues in problem situations, determine the actual cause of an incident, and deliver the right solutions. The course will introduce you to a series of situation-specific ‘can’ critical questions that will help you generate mutually agreed solutions for everyday and unique IT problem situations.
In addition to the knowledge of the concepts, combining factual data, intuition, and experience is critical for successful problem-solving practices. It helps you to do a powerful realization of what is ‘missing.’
- Process Managers, Process Practitioners, Line Manager
- Anyone working in an Agile or DevOps team
- Problem solvers/incident managers