The CSI Imperative – How Successful Support Organizations Institutionalize Continual Service Improvement
The advent of Chief Service Officers and Chief Improvement Officers offer telling clues about why some support organizations succeed at institutionalizing continual service improvement while most others fail. For these pioneering companies, CSI is not a mere slogan, project or program, but rather a core discipline that is carefully developed, nurtured, and managed over time.
In this presentation, Mr. Rumburg, who has been retained as an IT service and support expert by some of the world’s largest corporations, will present case studies of support organizations that have successfully built a culture and discipline of continual service improvement. Additionally, he will provide a sample CSI timeline and an empirical model for Continual Service Improvement.
Attendees will learn about the core discipline of CSI, the role of chief service and chief improvement officers, common pitfalls of implementing CSI, and the five success factors for effective CSI.