Proven Incremental Approach to Transformation<br />MSW Mentor™ Overview<br />
What is MSW Mentor™?<br /><ul><li>MSW Mentor™ is a proven, reusable framework which:
Provides guidance for developing  and implementing business solutions determined by business priorities
Is designed to deliver the following business  solution definitions and delivery components, while simultaneously meeting ...
Organizational Change
Business Governance
IT Governance
Business solution development templates and standards
Project Management guidance and templates
Training</li></ul>Confidential -  All materials Copyrighted by  MSW LLC 2010<br />
What are the components of MSW Mentor™ ?<br /><ul><li>Business Solution Delivery Areas
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MSW Mentor at a Glance

  1. 1. Proven Incremental Approach to Transformation<br />MSW Mentor™ Overview<br />
  2. 2. What is MSW Mentor™?<br /><ul><li>MSW Mentor™ is a proven, reusable framework which:
  3. 3. Provides guidance for developing and implementing business solutions determined by business priorities
  4. 4. Is designed to deliver the following business solution definitions and delivery components, while simultaneously meeting customer requirements in an incremental fashion:
  5. 5. Organizational Change
  6. 6. Business Governance
  7. 7. IT Governance
  8. 8. Business solution development templates and standards
  9. 9. Project Management guidance and templates
  10. 10. Training</li></ul>Confidential - All materials Copyrighted by MSW LLC 2010<br />
  11. 11. What are the components of MSW Mentor™ ?<br /><ul><li>Business Solution Delivery Areas
  12. 12. Organizational Change
  13. 13. Interdepartmental Roles and Responsibilities
  14. 14. Interdepartmental Service Level Agreements
  15. 15. Business Governance
  16. 16. Standardized Business Process and Requirements Definition
  17. 17. Enterprise Business Process Repository
  18. 18. IT Governance
  19. 19. Application Architecture
  20. 20. Application Infrastructure (e.g. Error handling, Security, Instrumentation)
  21. 21. Standards
  22. 22. Project Management
  23. 23. Training and Documentation</li></ul>Confidential - All materials Copyrighted by MSW LLC 2010<br />
  24. 24. What does MSW Mentor™ offer?<br /><ul><li>Guidance for determination of business priorities and development of solution delivery roadmaps
  25. 25. Stresses quick results and incremental delivery of business solutions to address business priorities
  26. 26. Required standards & guidelines for Business and IT Governance
  27. 27. Guidance for lifecycle business solution requirements development and business solution implementation efforts
  28. 28. Reference to actual tasks, roles, techniques, guidelines and deliverables for all Processes and Phases within each MSW Mentor ™stream
  29. 29. Seven Phases (Preparation, Initiation, Visualization, Design, Specification, Assembly, Transition)
  30. 30. Documented “gating process” to ensure solution accuracy and scope
  31. 31. Actual Phase deliverables, examples and templates
  32. 32. Sample work breakdown structures necessary for the various streams</li></ul>Confidential - All materials Copyrighted by MSW LLC 2010<br />
  33. 33. Excerpt – Organizational Change<br />
  34. 34. Excerpt – Organizational Change Tasks<br />Confidential - All materials Copyrighted by MSW LLC 2010<br />
  35. 35. Excerpt – Task Definition<br />Confidential - All materials Copyrighted by MSW LLC 2010<br />
  36. 36. Excerpt – Organization Change Deliverables<br />Confidential - All materials Copyrighted by MSW LLC 2010<br />
  37. 37. Excerpt- Project Management Method<br />Executing<br />Start-up<br />Planning<br />Closing<br />Controlling<br />Mentor<br />Organization Change<br />Business Governance<br />IT Governance<br />Training and Documentation<br />Future State Vision Agreed<br />Implementation Plan Detailed<br />Development <br />& Configuration Complete<br />System <br />Cutover<br />Project<br />Closure<br />User RequirementsDefined<br />Testing Complete<br />Training<br /> Complete<br />Mentor Milestones<br />Confidential - All materials Copyrighted by MSW LLC 2010<br />
  38. 38. Executing<br />Controlling<br />Excerpt - Project Management Method<br />Phases and Processes<br />Start-up<br />Planning<br />Closing<br />Initiation<br />Scope<br /> Planning<br />Task<br />Definition<br />Project<br />Plan<br />Execution<br />Product<br />Quality<br />Assurance<br />Team<br />Management<br />Project<br />Closure<br />Executive<br /> Launch<br />Task<br />Estimating<br />Resource<br />Planning<br />Project<br />Change<br />Control<br />Project<br />Quality<br />Control<br />Cost<br />Control<br />Schedule<br />Development<br />Cost <br />Estimating<br />& Budgeting<br />Performance<br />Reporting<br />Acceptance<br />Schedule<br />Control<br />Quality<br />Planning<br />Organiza-<br />tional <br />Planning<br />Risk<br />Control &<br />Monitoring<br />Risk <br />Assessment<br />Communic-<br />ations<br />Planning<br />Project Plan<br />Development<br />Confidential - All materials Copyrighted by MSW LLC 2010<br />
  39. 39. Questions<br />

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