Experts in Change Adoption and Training
Duration: 3 days
The ITIL 4 Drive Stakeholder Value (DSV) course is designed to provide IT practitioners with an understanding of the tools to increase stakeholder satisfaction, which is integral to business success.
It covers key topics such as SLA design, multi-supplier management, communication, relationship management, Customer Experience (CX) and User Experience (UX) design, customer journey mapping and more.
This three-day course covers all types of engagement and interaction between a service provider and its customers, users, suppliers and partners. It leads organisations on a service journey in their service provider and consumer roles, supporting effective interaction and communication.
This course also includes a copy of the ITIL DSV Handbook, containing practical material for reference back in the workplace.
At Glass Rock Solutions, we devise and deliver training solutions to corporate, government agencies, public sectors, multinational organisations and private individuals. We offer both in-house and online training.
This course is focused on the customer journey and how to add value to the customer journey.
The exam at the end of day three of the course is a 90-minute closed book exam consisting of 40 multiple choice questions and a pass mark of 70% (28/40).
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