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Track Keynote for the Process, Project and Portfolio Management Track at the IBM Rational Software Conference 2009...

Track Keynote for the Process, Project and Portfolio Management Track at the IBM Rational Software Conference 2009

Software and systems delivery has become a fundamental business process in the global economy, and the ability to adapt to changing market conditions requires that information technology is fully integrated into the business strategy and operations to ensure consistent alignment with business priorities, and better execution.

Executives require visibility and real-time decision support to keep the enterprise focused on solutions to high-priority problems, supported by the ability to measure the performance of current and future IT activities and assets. IT leaders must deliver significant business value and ensure constant alignment of project investments with evolving business objectives. Project leaders must be able to identify, implement and drive adoption of repeatable best-practice approaches for successful execution, and be able to more proactively identify and resolve issues, to reduce risks associated with project failure. All stakeholders must be involved and informed in addressing the changing business needs, especially when variations in project health threaten outcomes.

This track explores topics across several domains that support organizational change and iterative software and systems delivery. Hear and learn from actual experiences across the spectrum of process adoption, portfolio planning and oversight, and execution of major initiatives, programs, and projects. This track is for executives, IT leaders, program managers, project managers, portfolio managers, process engineers, business analysts, and other stakeholders concerned with optimizing IT investments with industry best practices and team unifying tools for more predictability, adaptability, and visibility.

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IBM Rational Software Conference 2009: Process, Project and Portfolio Management Track Keynote IBM Rational Software Conference 2009: Process, Project and Portfolio Management Track Keynote Presentation Transcript

  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 PPM Keynote Claudia Mueller Thomson PPM Segment Leader, Rational Product Delivery Team claudim@us.ibm.com PPM01 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Agenda Current business realities The root causes of failure The winning strategy: plan, execute and measure The IBM Rational solutions PPM01 2
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 So what does “PPM” really stand for? Process Management Portfolio Management Product Management Project Management Program Management Performance Measurement and Management All six “Ps” are vital to the success of our customers – and we will touch on all of them today PPM01 3
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Businesses are facing unparalleled challenges Enable business Manage flexibility business transformations Exploit Differentiate globalization products Manage regulatory React to mandates market shifts Deliver real customer innovation The successful businesses of the future will be those that use software as a competitive advantage PPM01 4
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Addressing the root causes that hinder success 42% of CIO's doubt their vision Lack of Failed will be achieved -- CIO Connect planning execution Survey, July 2008 One of the most frequent reasons for product failure is changing priorities -- The Product Portfolio Management Benchmark Report, No Aberdeen Group “Effective measurement measurement identifies all facets for success” for -- Project Measurement by improvement Steve Neuendorf PPM01 5
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 The winning strategy: plan, execute and measure! Integrating oversight and control over the risks that imbalance investments Plan product and Execute with more portfolio initiatives that collaboration and can weather market automation to reduce and economic forces to costs and deliver more increase the long-term Plan effectively Execute value of IT assets Best Practices and Solutions Oversee and analyze costs and Measure benefits to drive dynamic, informed decision-making to reduce investment risks PPM01 6
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Keys to optimizing software and systems investments Modular – Flexible – Integrated “Doing Things “Measuring MCIF and Process Management “Doing the “Right Market, Right Things” Right Time, Right” Performance Right Scope” Against Business Objectives” Align Optimize Rational FocalPlan Improve project delivery investments Rational Focal Rational Focal Rational Insight Point for Product predictability (plan, for Project with Portfolio business Point for Product Point organize Manage and of product and Portfolio and manage) Management objectives to Management success by performance maximize Management delivering Execute across the Rational Insight with objective Rational Insight Rational Insight complete business customer project and Rational System value application process Architect value lifecycleMeasureinformation Improve PPM01 7
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 The Rational PPM Solutions In the context of the Rational Software Delivery Platform Enterprise IT Business Manufactured Modernization Transformation Products Jazz Platform Enterprise Requirements Portfolio Product Project Performance Business Regulatory Security Architecture Definition Management Management Management Management Policies Compliance Business Planning & Alignment Product & Project Management Compliance & Security Change Requirements Configuration Build Quality & Release Management Management Management Management Management Collaborative Lifecycle Management Architecture Modeling Development Testing Tools Tools Tools Tools Engineering & Software Delivery Tools PPM01 8
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Why do we need Jazz? Successful businesses will manage software and systems delivery as a robust business process Collaborate Automate Report Achieve common goals Increase control Continuously improve by optimizing how and efficiency by by measuring progress people work integrating workflows in real time PPM01 9
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 But wait – there’s more! Flexibly integrated into a process based on your needs c Existing Rational New Rational/ Business Partner Offerings IBM Offerings Offerings Business Your Planning Existing and Alignment Capabilities Product Compliance Collaborative and Project and Lifecycle Design Future Management Security Management and 3rd-Party IBM Development Jazz Capabilities Capabilities Best Practice Processes Administration: Users, Collaboration projects, process Presentation: Storage Mashups Discovery Query Jazz is… A scalable, extensible team collaboration platform A community at Jazz.net where you can see Jazz-based products being built An integration architecture enabling mashups and non-Jazz-based products to participate PPM01 10
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 IBM Rational Focal Point for Product and Portfolio Management Choosing the right initiatives at the right time Automated request capture Automate tactical activities like request capture and provide consistency to the evaluation and approval processes Value-based selection and trade-offs Focus on creating value for your customers and your business Make trade-offs based on the changing priorities of the organization and customers Investment visibility Manage and monitor your projects and products as investments Optimized for organizations focused on ensuring their total portfolio is in line with market needs Elicit, analyze, prioritize and plan demands according to business value PPM01 11
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 IBM Rational Focal Point for Product and Portfolio Management Making value-based decisions Complete business case planning and follow up, high level resource planning Manage effectively through score cards and stage gates Allow customers, communities, and internal stakeholders to vote on the value of features or products Analyze the results to determine which products will be the “winners” (based on adoption and fit, for example) Analyze the trade-offs based on priorities (time to delivery, cost, and so on) v6.4 will include – A REST Services API allowing integrations with Jazz An integration with IBM Rational System Architect that will ensure your IT investments are aligned with your business goals 12 PPM01 12
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 IBM Rational Focal Point for Project Management Web-based, collaborative project management built on Jazz Ensure seamless “in-context” collaboration with Jazz-enabled social networking to reduce delays and avoid mistakes Take advantage of automated workflows, deliverable transparency, and built-in process awareness to ensure teams can function at peak productivity levels Make dynamic and informed decision with real-time, deliverable- driven progress and quality measurements Based on believable status – a reflection of the actual work performed on the team’s artifacts – or what we call Open and extensible on Collaborate in context “development intelligence” Right-size governance Day one productivity PPM01 13
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 IBM Rational Focal Point for Project Management Managing the plan Remove silos of work Allow users to keep using the tools they are already using – but have the data from these tools be visible to all the team members Take advantage of the extensibility of Jazz to connect and integrate many data sources to support heterogeneous software development Continuously validate projects View past performance, current status, and predicted estimates-to-complete including trends and variance Analyze costs, benefits and risks to continuously redeploy resources as needed Guide teams with best practices and processes for increased consistency and predictability Leverage support for traditional, agile and Open and extensible on Collaborate in context hybrid methodologies and best practices Right-size governance Day one productivity PPM01 14
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 IBM Rational Focal Point for Project Management What it means to be “built on Jazz” The tasks developers see in their change management system are the same as the Project manager view tasks the project managers see in the work breakdown structure (WBS) Project managers assign tasks in the WBS and developers Developer view see their assignments in their CM system Developers report their status in the CM system and project managers see that status in the WBS It’s the same artifact – regardless of where it is visible in the system! PPM01 15
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 IBM Rational Insight Improved executive decision-making Companies that don’t measure, experience poor staff morale and cannot accurately estimate cost Provides at-a-glance, high impact - Capers Jones (2009) views of complex real-time information CxO Forces focus on systems and software delivery issues that need Reduce cost and risk by mapping attention and action operational activities to strategic initiatives Shows alignment between actual results and planned business goals Includes tailored executive measures Cost, revenue, time-to-ROI, key performance indicator (KPI) specific to line of business Built on best in class business intelligence platform from IBM Cognos PPM01 16
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 IBM Rational User Technologies Check out the Executive Dashboard that allows IBM executives to manage product development and delivery. Based on MCIF and Rational Insight, the Executive Dashboard pulls in live data from a variety of Jazz-based sources, such as Rational Team Concert, Rational Requirements Composer, and Rational Quality Manager. This is a chance to share your reality with us through direct and specific feedback! Sign up at tinyurl.com/djoj9b or in person at Europe 5 PPM01 17 17
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 IBM Rational Insight Improved project level decision-making Only 45% of projects that do not measure, deliver products on- time to market Get your projects up and running - Capers Jones (2009) quickly with a library of metrics and built-in collectors Project Manager Monitor the status and progress of your projects with built-in Gain insight into development measures projects that span organizational Iteration velocity, project backlog, and geographic boundaries requirements volatility, defect density… Leverage industry-leading management techniques with ready-to-use dashboards and reports Evaluate historical data for lessons learned and corrective action PPM01 18
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 IBM Rational Insight Improved collaboration using disparate tools in the context of business objectives Portfolio Management CxO Project Management Rational Requirements Insight Management Architecture Management Change Management Process Lead Configuration Management Build Management Quality Management Project Manager PPM01 19
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 IBM Measured Capability Improvement Framework Drive business innovation and reduce costs through measured and continuous process improvement Empower teams to measure, manage, and incrementally improve their software delivery capability MCIF is a phased approach that helps teams Phase Establish business and 1 operational objectives Adopt an incremental, measured approach to transformation Phase Prioritize practices and Focus on the core practices that matter most 2 define roadmap Accelerate adoption through out-of-the-box assets Phase Accelerate adoption 3 with tools and services Articulate capability improvements in terms of business value Phase Report, analyze and act 4 on results Support any method optimized for Agile Start next practices incremental improvement PPM01 20
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 IBM Measured Capability Improvement Framework Components of the framework Determine the Phase 1 Establish business and operational objectives right solution IBM Executive Business Value Workshop Phase Prioritize practices and define roadmap 2 IBM Health Assessment for Software Delivery ROI Analysis Deploy the Phase Accelerate adoption with tools and services solution 3 IBM Rational Self Check for Software Teams IBM Rational Method Composer IBM Rapid Deployment Package for Agility@Scale using MCIF Jazz foundation: Process enactment and governance platform Phase 4 Report, analyze and act on results IBM Rational Insight:Tiered performance measurement Confirm results delivered and start on next project Start next incremental improvement PPM01 21
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 IBM Rational Method Composer Create, customize, publish, enact and measure iterative and incremental practices according to project needs Tooling that provides form-based entry to create well-architected and maintainable methods Methods in a “customizable process library” that includes IBM Practices, the Rational Unified Process (RUP), and plug-ins like MDSD Can be used as-is, customized, or to augment your own processes PPM01 22
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Succeeding with the IBM Rational PPM Solutions What the organization can now achieve CIO Enterprise Architect Blueprints for change and Increased confidence transformation – and reduced risk IT investment aligned with business goals Business Executive Portfolio Manager Improved agility Improved outcomes with to respond to dynamic and transparent business opportunities project and resource management Product Manager Project Manager Improved collaboration and handoffs between F a s te r a n d m o re all teams / stakeholders targeted projects Developer Fewer defects and build errors through better collaboration and automation PPM01 23
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 The road ahead PPM offerings in 2009 and beyond Rational Focal Rational Focal Rational Insight MCIF Rational Method Point for Product Point for Project Composer and Portfolio Management Management An incremental, Align products and Manage global Gain insight based on measured approach to Dynamic process projects with business projects and real-time and historical transformation enactment and objectives resources trend information management Best Practice Processes Offerings Web 2.0 Rational Integrations Rational Rational Rational Rational Software Architect ClearQuest Asset Build Forge Powered by Manager Rational Application Developer Rational Rational More dynamic integrations leveraging Rational AppScan & Tester portfolio RequisitePro ClearCase Jazz “Open Services for Lifecycle Rational Enterprise Modernization Collaboration” services including System z and IBM i support PPM01 24
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Collaboration opportunities Design Partner Program Lab Advocacy Program Board of Advisors VoiCE Events Rational Software Conference jazz.net developerWorks Beta Programs RFE Community Global Rational User Groups Rational Cafe Learn more about Rational Customer Programs PPM01 25
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Rational Software Conference Track Resource Guides ibm.com/rational/rsdc/resources We have created a special Rational Software Conference Track Resource Guide on the web – full of materials you can use and share with your team Product demos from track sessions Related webcasts, tutorials, and white papers “Tell your boss” resources Communities for post-event networking Links to Rational Software Conference session presentations PPM01 26 26
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 And don’t miss these exciting sessions! For IBM Rational Focal Point for Product and Portfolio Management PPM05 – Marcus Silwer For IBM Rational Focal Point for Project Management PPM04 – Arthur Ryman For IBM Rational Insight PPM07 – Eric Larsen For IBM Measured Capability Improvement Framework PPM06 – Per Kroll and Eric Larsen For IBM Rational Method Composer PPM23 – David Trent Stop by the Rational Labs to see a complete demo of IBM Rational Focal Point for Project Management, hosted by Rajesh Thakkar! Come and speak 1x1 with senior members of the PPM team at the Jazz Corner in the Solution Center PPM01 27
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 PPM01 28
  • IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2009. All rights reserved. The information contained in these materials is provided for informational purposes only, and is provided AS IS without warranty of any kind, express or implied. IBM shall not be responsible for any damages arising out of the use of, or otherwise related to, these materials. Nothing contained in these materials is intended to, nor shall have the effect of, creating any warranties or representations from IBM or its suppliers or licensors, or altering the terms and conditions of the applicable license agreement governing the use of IBM software. References in these materials to IBM products, programs, or services do not imply that they will be available in all countries in which IBM operates. Product release dates and/or capabilities referenced in these materials may change at any time at IBM’s sole discretion based on market opportunities or other factors, and are not intended to be a commitment to future product or feature availability in any way. IBM, the IBM logo, Rational, the Rational logo, Telelogic, the Telelogic logo, and other IBM products and services are trademarks of the International Business Machines Corporation, in the United States, other countries or both. Other company, product, or service names may be trademarks or service marks of others. PPM01 299 2