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- How can IT operations successfully evolve from component management to end to end IT service management, encompassing business applications and underlying infrastructure?
- How will robotics change operations management in the future design of organizations across the world?
- What does it look like in the real world when your organization moves up the operations maturity scale to access higher levels of computing service at lower cost?
- Do you have documented procedures to ensure that all aspects of service operations are managed effectively and within customer expectations?
- Does your organization have any formal quality management procedures or systems in place for all or part of your operations?
- What system will you have in place to manage customer service and ensure service levels are consistent?
- How much management influence should a contracting organization force on a contractor relative to operations management?
- Do partners have access to real time operations information to better manage special events in real time?
- How will it operations effectively plan and execute on an IT infrastructure that is responsive to the needs of your organization as it evolves toward the real time enterprise?
- Which of managers would be least likely to be considered in an operations management role within your organization?
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