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Good Incident Reports

 
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 28, 2010 12:46 pm    Post subject: Good Incident Reports Reply with quote

Hi everyone,

Thank you for your contribution in advance.
I have been seconded to Service Management from Service Desk (Tier 2) and am planning to give my ITIL foundation exam within 6 weeks.

One of the immediate tasks in my new role will be helping the staff writing correct incident reports.
As I am from the Information systems background (University courses and education), I am reasonably good in writing incident reports.

However, there are a few people in the Service Desk area who are technically good but struggle a bit when writing incident reports.
For this I am planning to give the staff a presentation for Writing Quality incident reports.

Can someone please share some views/articles on writing good incident management reports.

Regards,
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