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Core Principles of Major Incident Management

In our (MIM®'s) Global Best Practice in IT Major Incident Management® there are 4 core principles which if understood and internalised can help guide your behaviour in any major incident situation you may encounter.     About MIM®MIM® is the professional body dedicated to Global Best Practice for IT Major Incident Management®.We are transforming the way companies, professionals and IT Operations, reduce major incident downtime.Our methods and techniques save millions for companies around the globe, supports leading IT specialists and maximises collaboration.With clients in more than 80 countries, including the world’s largest business and consumer brands, we drive major incident innovation to protect businesses. www.majorincidentmanagement.comwww.mimcloudacademy.com Connect with MIM® Linkedin Youtube Facebook Twitter Signup for the newsletter   MIM® Podcast Listen...

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3 Phases of a Major Incident and sub-objectives

In our Global Best Practice in IT Major Incident Management®, we split the Major Incident Process into 3 phases, in this video we talk about the primary objective of Major Incident Management, the 3 phases and the sub-objectives of each of these phases.       About MIM®MIM® is the professional body dedicated to Global Best Practice for IT Major Incident Management®.We are transforming the way companies, professionals and IT Operations, reduce major incident downtime.Our methods and techniques save millions for companies around the globe, supports leading IT specialists and maximises collaboration.With clients in more than 80 countries, including the world’s largest business and consumer brands, we drive major incident innovation to protect businesses. www.majorincidentmanagement.comwww.mimcloudacademy.com Connect with MIM® Linkedin Youtube...

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3 lessons Major Incident managers can learn from Navy Seals

Navy Seals are the elite. Their training is extremely tough both physically and mentally. Here are 3 lessons Major Incident Managers can learn from Navy Seals: 1 – Set milestone goals Breaking down a goal into manageable milestones makes an overall big goal clearer, less complex and more manageable. This kind of detailed planning requires discipline, but it makes positive outcomes far more likely. Seals are excellent at planning and achieving big goals that are often complex with many variables. 2 – Visualise success to overcome failure  As you would expect, Seal training is tough. Throughout the training 75% of people who make it on to the initial 6-month training end up washing out. Seals understand their objective, and they...

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The 3 Phases of a Major Incident

Note: The Best Practice in IT Major Incident Management and it’s components are a framework and your organisation’s other existing processes should be considered when incorporating Major Incident Management into Operations. Whilst the primary objective of Major Incident Management is to restore normal service to End Users, there are three phases that have sub objectives that contribute to the primary objective. The three phases of the Best Practice Major Incident management Process: The initial 15 minutes (of major incident identification) The post 15 minutes (n.b. this can last hours or sometimes days) The resolution (and closure of the major incident) The initial 15 minutes phase In the initial 15 minutes of major incident identification the key objectives are: Validation (that there...

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Core principles of Global Best Practice Major Incident Management®

  Whilst the Global Best Practice IT Major Incident Management Publication provides detailed processes, activities, guidance, tools and more, there are some core principles on which the framework exists. These principles are intentionally clear and simple. They should guide individuals and organisations behaviour during a major incident. The core principles of Best Practice IT Major Incident Management Restore normal service operation as quickly as possible via workaround or permanent fix Do so in a customer centric way that inspires confidence in End Users Through inspiring leadership and communication, maximise collaboration and maintain positive relationships, both internally and externally Whilst constantly evolving and improving the Major Incident Management service  

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