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International Forum on E 2.0 - Mota Engil

  1. 1. Milano<br />10.June.2010<br />International Forum <br />on Enterprise 2.0 <br />Invited for:<br />
  2. 2. A littleofhistory<br />1946 – Mota & Companhiafoundation<br />1952 – First big site adjudicated (Luanda International Airport)<br />1952 – Engil, Sociedade de Engenharia Civil, Ldafoundation<br />1975 – Mota&Companhia Internationalization<br />1990 – Diversification of activities<br />2000 – Mota-Engil Group foundation<br />2003 – Reorganization of the group: Engenharia e Construção, Ambiente e Serviços, Imobiliaria e Turismo, Concessões de Transportes<br />
  3. 3. On 17 countries…<br />
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  8. 8. Ourinnovationroute….<br />MIDI2010 Project (RD&I Maturity)<br />2008<br />2009<br />2010<br />2011<br />Open Source<br />Embebedonthenational<br />organization<br />Goabroad!<br />
  9. 9. Some oftherequirements…<br /><ul><li>Single Sign On (integration with SharePoint)
  10. 10. Challenge management(ideas are collected to answer to challenges)
  11. 11. Ideas Management(collection, discussion, rating, ...)
  12. 12. Opportunity Management(depth study, get insights from experts, evaluation, ...)
  13. 13. Project Management(preparation of project plan, collaborative tools, ...)
  14. 14. Ensure a flow of information(the information travels between the various stages… from idea to project…)
  15. 15. Automatic notifications(everyone is notified by email when they have a task to execute)
  16. 16. Feedback to users(see the status of your idea)
  17. 17. Rewards and recognition (assign points for participation)</li></li></ul><li>Models (inpwp)<br />Proofsofconcept<br />
  18. 18. Innovation Platform<br />Transparency<br />Integration<br />Recognition<br />Reward<br />Value Creation<br />
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  21. 21. 1st Module – Challenges<br />2nd Module – Ideas<br />3rd Module – Opportunities<br />4th Module - Projects<br />
  22. 22. Problem<br />Opportunity<br />Necessity<br />Challenge<br />… oftheorganization<br />
  23. 23. - Submit Challenge- <br />
  24. 24. - See Challenges- <br />
  25. 25. Idea<br />Innovative Idea<br />Idea Evaluation<br /><ul><li> Comment ideas
  26. 26. Suggest complements
  27. 27. Invite to be a co-author</li></li></ul><li> - Idea Portfolio- <br />
  28. 28. - Submit Idea- <br />
  29. 29. - Comment this idea - <br />
  30. 30. - Invite to be a co-author - <br /> - Accept being a co-author- <br />
  31. 31. - Idea Evaluation - <br />
  32. 32. - Innovative Ideas Repository - <br />
  33. 33. Risk Analysis<br />Budget<br />Milestones<br />Cost Control<br />Partnerships and IP<br />Scope<br />Knowledge<br />Team<br />Results<br />Project Schedule<br />Innovative Idea<br />Innovation Project<br />Maturation of a potential project<br />Evaluated according to:<br /><ul><li> Knowledge;
  34. 34. Performance;
  35. 35. Competitive Advantage</li></li></ul><li>Project Charter<br />(public)<br /><ul><li> Project logo and title
  36. 36. Project Scope
  37. 37. Type of project (ID, Innovation and R & E)
  38. 38. Project Team (Roles and Responsibilities)
  39. 39. Project assumptions and constraints
  40. 40. Results / Impacts Expected:
  41. 41. Qualitative
  42. 42. Quantitative
  43. 43. Stakeholders</li></li></ul><li>Risk Analysis<br />Project Schedule<br />Sprints<br /><ul><li> Risk Description
  44. 44. Probability
  45. 45. Impact Level
  46. 46. Cause
  47. 47. Impact:
  48. 48. Cost
  49. 49. Schedule
  50. 50. Scope
  51. 51. Quality
  52. 52. Actions to minimize risk
  53. 53. Activities
  54. 54. Tasks
  55. 55. Defining the person responsible for each task and the time it will spend on the same
  56. 56. Mark whether the task is completed or not</li></ul>Project Plan (private)<br />
  57. 57. Cost Control<br />Budget<br /><ul><li> Cost Center Definition
  58. 58. By type:
  59. 59. Consultancy
  60. 60. Equipment
  61. 61. Human Resources (hours)
  62. 62. Tests
  63. 63. Others
  64. 64. Investment Incentives:
  65. 65. Refundable
  66. 66. Non Refundable
  67. 67. Cost Type
  68. 68. Monthly Planned Cost
  69. 69. Monthly Effective Cost
  70. 70. This analysis should be performed monthly.</li></ul>Project Plan (private)<br />
  71. 71. Partnerships and IP management<br />Interfaces and Knowledge Management<br /><ul><li> Selection of the interfaces to watch and the knowledge gained;
  72. 72. Create a mechanism for knowledge exchange within the project team.</li></ul>Project Plan (private)<br /><ul><li> Designation of the project partner and reason for his selection;
  73. 73. Attach the protocol, contract or confidentiality agreement.</li></li></ul><li>PROJECT CLOSURE<br />Milestones<br /><ul><li> Milestones definition (Stage Gate methodology)
  74. 74. Definition of Milestones expected results and impacts;
  75. 75. Achievement or not of the expected results.</li></ul>Project Plan (private)<br />
  76. 76. Motivation<br />
  77. 77. Points for participation<br />Rewards for Innovators<br />CEO<br />RecognitionofInnovators<br />
  78. 78. STATISTICS<br />
  79. 79. Support<br />Alerts<br />Guidelines<br />News<br />
  80. 80. innovationcast<br />end-to-end enterprise innovation management<br />weListen<br />
  81. 81. António Ruivo Meireles<br />Innovation Manager<br />antonio.r.meireles@mota-engil.pt<br />Thanks…<br />

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