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  • It vamp visio 2007 presentation 090309

    1. 1. Sharon Summers Ryan PaceITVAMP, LLC Rolanda Rascoea Microsoft partner Microsoft Corporation
    2. 2. Visio can be used in EPM Solutions from both a ‘Top Down’ and ‘Bottoms Up’perspective to improve Project Management BUSINESS INPUT Decision-making 1) Visualize complex information to better understand it Strategic 2) Explore information to identify trends and issues and act on them Capabilities 3) Communicate using diagrams that can be shared with a broad audience Improve Project Management 1) Use Visio as a Communication Tool Technical 2) Design Custom Notations and analyze in Microsoft Project Capabilities 3) Create Visual Reports to more effectively represent your project Implementation PROJECT INPUT
    3. 3. Visually report on complex project data Generate reports directly from Microsoft Project and Microsoft SharePoint Server 2007Better understand key performance indicators, trends, and alternative views Easily configurable templates - Pivot Diagram form Automatically modify the reports as project information changes Display Executive Reports and ProejctGood for Executive Reporting and Project Dashboards 3
    4. 4. Build your Work Breakdown Structures Right in Visio. Free WBS Modeler Add-in can be downloaded from Microsoft.com or Visio toolbox.com Export you WBS right into Microsoft Project Create your PMO Process with the Visio Modeler CUSTOM NOTATION PROCESS 1. Create a customized drawing in Visio 2. Use WBS Modeler to map drawing data to Microsoft Project format 3. Export to Microsoft Project 4. Define project plan and details in Microsoft Project 5. Import data back to Visio for a visual representation 6. Modify data on the spot in Visio 7. Export data to Microsoft Project 8. Manage ongoing project details in Microsoft Project• This enables you to work with information in a way that is unique to your project, organization, and/or industry 4
    5. 5. Visio 2007 provides value to the Project Management Office (PMO) as well as individual departments within an organization ns ou an es io e es m nc rc at s R Hu PMO r le na pe Sa Fi O• Visio 2007 enables individual departments to easily create, manage, and represent projects• Visio 2007 enables PMOs to consolidate complex data from multiple sources in order to articulately represent company-wide projects• Facilitates valuable reporting to executive management
    6. 6. The Management of Projects from anenterprise level.In order to establish an EPM Solution, aMicrosoft Technology Solution is installedthat provides a shared view to all projects,such as a Project Server.The primary step to building an ePMO(Enterprise Project Management Office)is to build your EPM Process.The Process Tool to the EPM is VisioProfessional 2007
    7. 7. Build your EPM Process Model Visio can directly map process to the Microsoft EPM Tool. Map your technical requirements to the Business Process Helps with understanding the difference between IT Process vs. PMO Process Capture all Audit controls Displays all Associated Artifacts Sees all handoffs Assists in managing communications Know who is performing the work and more
    8. 8. Use Visio as the EPM Process Module forthe Microsoft EPM Suite of productsUse Visio to build your ePMOUse Visio to manage your PMO Workflow
    9. 9. Consistent User Interface Project ePMO PMO Process Portfolio Communications Management Project Management CapabilitiesDemand Management Resource and Schedule Portfolio Analytics ManagementGovernance Workflow Timesheet Reporting Portfolio Selection Collaboration Program Management Collaboration Capabilities Business Process Enterprise Content & Forms Management Business Insight Collaborative Workspaces Search Portal Demand Management Plan & Execute Business Insight
    10. 10. ePMO Universe 6Sig CMMBuild ProcessInstall TechnologyLink Methods PMI SDLC
    11. 11. The Foundation of an enterprise PMO Visio is the building Block for an ePMO Build PMO Rules Follow Best Practice Map to Standard Operating Procedures Display EPM Links to Financial and HR Databases or Processes Create PMO standards Flag Sarbanes items Mark PMO & Quality Signoffs Incorporate Stage Gates & Lifecycles Link to any Methodologies
    12. 12. Track communications in Visio WorkflowsFlag correspondences via email or phoneNote handoffs & key ePMO deliverablesShow MeetingsFlag SOX controls
    13. 13. Process StepsRolesInputs/OutputsCommunicationsHandoffsArtifactsDeliverablesControlsApprovalsGates
    14. 14. ENGINEER RE-ENGINEERBuild your EPM with the Best Practice Engineer your EPM Process for your Enterprise PMO Install your EPM Technology
    15. 15. Process Engineers Resource AnalystsPMO Directors Resource AdministratorsPMO Analysts Resource ManagerPortfolio Managers IT ArchitectsPortfolio Analysts Project AdministratorsProgram Managers Project CoordinatorsProject Managers Sr. Project ManagersFinancial Analysts HR RepresentativesFinancial Managers Key StakeholdersFunctional & Dept. Customer RelationshipManagers Managers
    16. 16. Chief Executive Officer Admin Assistant Marketing Operations Finance IT Director PMO Director Audit Director HR Director Business Director Marketing Director Director Director Director IT Financial Customer Relationship Marketing Manager Operations Manager PMO Officer Quality Manager Functional Manager Manager Manager Manager Resource System Portfolio Internal Architect Product Manager Manager Engineer Manager Auditor Resource System Program SalesAdministrator Administrator Manager Manager DB Project Admin Manager Project HELP DESK Admin Project Leader SME
    17. 17. Build your ePMO in VisioSharon Summers
    18. 18. Sharon SummersPresident & CEOITVAMP, LLC
    19. 19. Governance Portfolio Program ProjectManagement Management Management Management Resource Quality Financial ChangeManagement Management Management Management Risk/Issue Vendor Time Strategy &Management Management Management ScopingEach EPM Process area contains a High Level and Sub-Level Visio 2007 Workflows
    20. 20. Sub-Process Workflow areas Resource Financial Portfolio Quality Management Management Management Management Resource Financial Dashboard Stage Gate Allocation Analysis Reporting Resource Financial Project Release Optimization Reporting Registration Mgmt.Each EPM Process area contains a High Level and Sub-Level Visio 2007 Workflows
    21. 21. EPM Process Associated Artifacts Portfolio ITVAMP has a Management Templates & Forms Library ready for Branding as Artifacts to go along with Dashboard your Visio 2007 Reporting Dashboar Workflows and d Rpt. designed in the Microsoft Office Suite of products Project Registration Registratio n
    22. 22. Build from ITVAMP FrameworkView Best Practice EPM ProcessSelect any EPM Process Area (30d per area)Customize your ePMOBrand Templates & FormsImplement or map to existing EPM Solution,Process or Methodology
    23. 23. Current State of High level PMO FrameworkReview of Methodologies State of EPM Toolset with recommendationePMO recommendation http://Linke here
    24. 24. Contact us! ITVAMP, LLC 200 Campbell Drive, Suite 236 Willingboro, New Jersey 08046 732-331-3045We Revamp Your IT with Project Management Methodology!http://itvamp.wordpress.com
    25. 25. © 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.

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