Help Desk Management: How to run a computer user support Service Desk effectively

Do you want your Help Desk to maximize customer satisfaction, quality and first contact resolution? Or just make sure your IT management processes are repeatable? Does it seem your computer user support can be ad hoc at times? Are you always running around putting out fires? In this book you will learn powerful industry standard best practices that can be used to mature your IT Service Management processes, practices and procedures today! What makes this book different? Instead of just providing you a lot of technical information, I empower you with a step by step approach to mature your Help Desk. Each chapter includes straight forward processes that are easy to understand. Once you completely understand the process, chapters are concluded with a quick start implementation worksheet to put your new process into action. This format will allow you to rapidly transform your people, processes, and technology into a customer-focused center of excellence today! You can never underestimate the power of industry standard best practices. The recommendations shared in Help Desk Management are based on real-life experiences building successful customer-focused teams. Through trial and error, I am sharing what worked for my teams at small, medium, and Fortune 500 sized companies. Look no further. I will help you succeed. This information is designed to improve your management skills, your team engagement, and set you on a successful path to building a truly great team. What actionable and realistic end user support processes will you learn? How to justify funding for improvement projects. Creating an inspiring mission statement. Designing an employee performance management plan that works. Building an effective employee training and development program. Implementing a call and ticket quality assurance audit program that empowers the manager. Driving up the First Contact Resolution (FCR) percentage. Reducing cost per ticket costs by moving work from system engineers to the Help Desk. Marketing the Help Desk for company wide recognition. Implementing ITIL incident, problem, change, knowledge and event management. Do not hesitate to pick up your copy today

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