Problem management is about finding permanent solutions to technical problems and recurring incidents in a business's IT infrastructure. The desired outcome is an increase in the quality and availability of IT services and a reduction in the number and impact of incidents. This practical book describes the role of a problem manager in depth, covering areas such as purpose, responsibilities, required skills and career progression. It also provides information on relevant tools, standards and frameworks. Based on the author's extensive experience and on industry best practice, it is essential reading for those new to the role or interested in developing a better understanding of what it entails.