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Open Innovation 2.0 - Philip nolan plenary 5   final
Open Innovation 2.0 - Philip nolan plenary 5   final
Open Innovation 2.0 - Philip nolan plenary 5   final
Open Innovation 2.0 - Philip nolan plenary 5   final
Open Innovation 2.0 - Philip nolan plenary 5   final
Open Innovation 2.0 - Philip nolan plenary 5   final
Open Innovation 2.0 - Philip nolan plenary 5   final
Open Innovation 2.0 - Philip nolan plenary 5   final
Open Innovation 2.0 - Philip nolan plenary 5   final
Open Innovation 2.0 - Philip nolan plenary 5   final
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  • 1. 1Innovation Value InstituteTransforming the usage of ICTProf. Philip NolanOpen Innovation 2.0Dublin 21 May 2013
  • 2. 2Vision• A structural change in the IT profession and industry• Driving innovation in the management and usage ofICT to deliver business value• A global Institute which advances the practice of IT-led Innovation to add value to business, society,economy and individuals.Prof. Philip NolanOpen Innovation 2.0Dublin 21 May 2013
  • 3. 3Operating principles• Design science• creation and evaluation of artifacts intended to solve identified organisationalproblems• IVI: tools to guide innovation in the management and usage of ICT to deliver businessvalue• Open innovation• open platform• knowledge community• purposive knowledge exchange• creation, utilisation and evaluation of artifacts• Research and innovation ecosystemProf. Philip NolanOpen Innovation 2.0Dublin 21 May 2013
  • 4. 4Prof. Philip NolanOpen Innovation 2.0Dublin 21 May 2013IT Leadership and GovernanceBusiness ProcessManagementBusiness PlanningStrategic PlanningDemand & SupplyManagementCapacity Forecasting &PlanningRisk ManagementAccounting & AllocationOrganisation Design &PlanningSourcingInnovation ManagementService Analytics &IntelligenceManaging IT like abusinessFunding & FinancingBudget ManagementPortfolio Planning &PrioritisationBudget Oversight &Performance AnalysisManaging theIT budgetManaging IT forbusiness valueManaging theIT capabilityEnterprise ArchitectureManagementTechnical InfrastructureManagementPeople Asset ManagementIntellectual Capital ManagementRelationship AssetManagementResearch, Development &EngineeringSolutions DeliveryService ProvisioningUser Training & ManagementUser Experience DesignProgram & ProjectManagementSupplier ManagementCapability Assessment &ManagementTotal Cost of OwnershipBenefits Assessment &RealisationPortfolio ManagementITGBPMBPSPDSMCFPRMAAODPSRCIMFFBGMPPPBOPEAMTIMPAMICMRAMRDESDSRPUTMUEDPPMSUMCAMTCOBARPMSAIIT-CMF details four Macro Capabilities to manage ITorganisations for business value
  • 5. 5IT-CMF architectureProf. Philip NolanOpen Innovation 2.0Dublin 21 May 20134x Macro-capabilities35x (CriticalCapabilities)256x Capability BuildingBlocks x 5 individualmaturity profiles>800x maturity assessmentquestions>2,500 Practice, Outcomes andMetrics (POMs)
  • 6. 6The impact of relative maturity on the businessProf. Philip NolanOpen Innovation 2.0Dublin 21 May 2013Maturity level3IntermediateHighLow4Advanced2Basic5Optimising1InitialIncreasingcontributionto businessvalue‘Breakthroughlevel’Greaterbusinessinteraction andvalue creationAn Organisation operating at1.5 Maturityversus 2.5,at the same service levels,will spend 30% (on average)more delivering.This iswhereServicesInnovation willplay a key role
  • 7. 7Innovation Value Institute• An organising structure for aknowledge community• Enterprise Ireland TechnologyCentre in IT innovation• Industry/academic/governmentcollaboration• ~25 full-time staff• Alignment with “Innovation Union”strategyProf. Philip NolanOpen Innovation 2.0Dublin 21 May 2013
  • 8. 8Prof. Philip NolanOpen Innovation 2.0Dublin 21 May 2013
  • 9. 9Prof. Philip NolanOpen Innovation 2.0Dublin 21 May 2013
  • 10. 10Innovation Value Institute• A global research and innovation ecosystem• A unique community of practitioners and academics• Design science approach and open innovationplatform• Driving innovation in the management and usage ofICT to deliver business value• IT-CMF as a gold standard• A structural change in IT professionProf. Philip NolanOpen Innovation 2.0Dublin 21 May 2013

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