Life Model For Change In Service Management

A real life model of change was carried out to manage and oversee the development procedures within the structure of IT Service Management. This envisages that the Service Manager adheres to the various self-contained interchangeable units for incidental problem changing and locating etc. This procedure enables Web users to access and issue their own tickets communication tickets, which then allows access to an occurrence, including keeping track of charges and can transfer incidents and interaction tickets. With this ordinary workflows are possible but if the task is greater than traditional ITIL necessities would be needed. Continue reading →

Leadership qualities in Product Management

When starting your own business, it helps greatly if you have some technical know-how about the product that you will be handling or dealing in. This will help in decision making and will give you a feel of the product that you are going to sell.  Becoming a successful business owner you need to know your own product. There might be unintended shortcomings, missing features or some technical hitches that need to be straightened out. You need to know the things that need to be fixed so that you are not caught unawares in any situation. Continue reading →

Knowledge Management in Saudi Arabia

The economy of Saudi Arabia is based on its oil exports because it is the leading producer and exporter of crude oil and other petroleum products. Oil exports constitute 90% of the country’s exports and around 75% of public sector revenues. Knowledge management and sharing are obviously concerned with the improvement and dissemination of expertise in the oil production and export sector.   The Saudi Public Sector recognizes the fact that for its continued growth, expansion, and progression the implementation of “Knowledge Management” is essential. Employees working in the private sector are better paid than those working in the public sector. This means that public sector employees will either resign to work for private organizations or take early retirement. Continue reading →

Kibbutzim: Example of a Socialist Economic System

A very good example of the social economic system is the “Kibbutz” system in Israel which stands out as the most successful participatory system that has been tried to date. The Kibbutz is a collective community in Israel that had its inception in collective agriculture in 1909 prior to the formation of Israel. Currently, besides agriculture, the kibbutz system has spread to another form of economic activities predominantly high tech enterprises and industrial enterprises. Because Kibbutzim is derived from socialist philosophy it is in contrast to the ideals of capitalism. This is a voluntary collective community in which a single person does not own the kibbutz or any income derived from its activities. Continue reading →