Macroscope®
What’s that?
©2013 Fujitsu
 An approach to help you to
• Reduce the risks of not realizing the benefits of your change initiatives
• M...
©2013 Fujitsu
Macroscope Offering
3Macroscope
Products Services
Macroscope
Methodology repository available
locally or thr...
©2013 Fujitsu
Where is Macroscope Used?
4Macroscope
For more information on organizations having adopted Macroscope, pleas...
©2013 Fujitsu
Recognition and Affiliations
5Macroscope
Best Quality Process Award
Juin 2007 Gartner Project and Portfolio ...
©2013 Fujitsu
Macroscope : Process Domains
6Macroscope
Five domains to support business transformation and
continuous impr...
©2013 Fujitsu
Positioning of Macroscope
7Macroscope
Scope of Macroscope
relative to popular
frameworks
The 5 Macroscope do...
©2013 Fujitsu
ISO 20000 IT service management
Macroscope and Other Frameworks
8Macroscope
ISO 12207 Systems and software e...
©2013 Fujitsu
 Efficiency
 Predictability
 Risks
 Service levels
 Mobility of work
and resources
 Visibility
 Quali...
©2013 Fujitsu
Examples of Benefits
10
Benefit Example of what Macroscope proposes
Streamlined IT
aligned with
business str...
©2013 Fujitsu
Unique Features of Macroscope
11
Feature Macroscope Approach
Focus on business
transformation
Take into acco...
©2013 Fujitsu
Deploying Macroscope
12Macroscope
Effective transition
strategy
Stress pragmatic use
of the methodology
Grad...
©2013 Fujitsu
Common Pitfalls to Avoid
13Macroscope
Lack of a program vision
Dedicated & knowledgeable resources
Leadershi...
©2013 Fujitsu
Committed to Evolution
V1: 1984 V2: 1987
Launch of the
Macroscope
Program
1991
V3: 1996
V4: 2002
V5: 2012
Ma...
©2013 Fujitsu
Macroscope – Knowledge Transfer
15
A practical and accessible reference used by our practitioners and by
our...
©2013 Fujitsu
Visit the Macroscope Community Site
16Macroscope
http://macroscope.ca.fujitsu.com/en
©2013 Fujitsu
Notices
17Macroscope
Intellectual Property and Copyright Ownership
Other than for the purposes of evaluating...
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The Macroscope offering: A toolbox to accelerate the deployment of your transformation projects and increase the probability of success

  1. 1. Macroscope® What’s that?
  2. 2. ©2013 Fujitsu  An approach to help you to • Reduce the risks of not realizing the benefits of your change initiatives • Maximize the business value of your investments in projects involving IT  A toolbox to accelerate the deployment of your transformation projects and increase the probability of success  Offered as enterprise or individual license with support and coaching services What is Macroscope? Available as local or Web version, Macroscope is an integrated framework of best practices in Business Transformation and Information Technology It is also the approach used by Fujitsu to deliver its services
  3. 3. ©2013 Fujitsu Macroscope Offering 3Macroscope Products Services Macroscope Methodology repository available locally or through the Internet. Customization Plan and perform the customization to fit your environment. Project Startup Assistant Create and adapt your documentation structure and plan. Deployment Help planning and deploying the methodology into your organization. Results Chain™ Modeler Create, analyze and manage your Results Chain Models. Training A rich curriculum of learning material and events delivered by certified instructors. ProcessUnifier™ Authoring and publishing environment to create or extend Macroscope or similar processes. Hosting Cloud access and hosting of a Macroscope instance dedicated to your organization. For details on an item, click on its associated icon
  4. 4. ©2013 Fujitsu Where is Macroscope Used? 4Macroscope For more information on organizations having adopted Macroscope, please contact us USA UK South Africa Japan Australia France Ireland Belgium Canada New Zeland Macroscope Team Luxembourg Profile of organizations having adopted Macroscope Size From multinational organizations to individual users Industry Private: aerospace, transportation, telecommunication, metallurgy, banking, consulting Public: all levels of government bodies and agencies
  5. 5. ©2013 Fujitsu Recognition and Affiliations 5Macroscope Best Quality Process Award Juin 2007 Gartner Project and Portfolio Management Summit Registered Education Provider Key contributor to the IT Governance Framework (IT Governance Institute) Recognized IT Architecture method by The Open Group
  6. 6. ©2013 Fujitsu Macroscope : Process Domains 6Macroscope Five domains to support business transformation and continuous improvement Are we doing things the right way Are we getting things done? Are we delivering value? Are we doing the right things? ision enefits rchitecture olution roject Confirm or formalize your business and IT strategy, strategic management and governance Evolve your enterprise architecture to define and orchestrate the capabilities required to support your organization’s strategy Efficiently design, assemble, deliver, operate, and evolve your information system solutions of all kinds throughout their lifecycle Efficiently manage projects to deliver the expected capabilities Formulate, select and manage change programs in order to maximize the business value of the portfolio of change initiatives
  7. 7. ©2013 Fujitsu Positioning of Macroscope 7Macroscope Scope of Macroscope relative to popular frameworks The 5 Macroscope domains are built on common concepts and principles, and form a coherent and seamless framework Macroscope focuses on realizing the benefits of change initiatives and on maximizing the business value of the portfolio of programs ision enefits rchitecture olution roject Approximate positioning with the sole purpose of illustrating the scope of Macroscope
  8. 8. ©2013 Fujitsu ISO 20000 IT service management Macroscope and Other Frameworks 8Macroscope ISO 12207 Systems and software engineering Macroscope is congruent with known frameworks and reference bodies ISO 9126 Software engineering — Product quality
  9. 9. ©2013 Fujitsu  Efficiency  Predictability  Risks  Service levels  Mobility of work and resources  Visibility  Quality  Repeatability  Business/IT alignment  Agility  Evolution capability  Mobilization and accountability  Time to market products and services  Contribution of IT to business value  Value-driven culture Skills Productivity Benefit Areas Individual Project IT Organization Entreprise 9Macroscope
  10. 10. ©2013 Fujitsu Examples of Benefits 10 Benefit Example of what Macroscope proposes Streamlined IT aligned with business strategy • Identify and resolve issues at a business level • Ensure business ownership of the solutions Reduced risks • Improve predictability through explicit and reusable processes • Align deployment of change to delivery capability, enterprise agility and business priorities Increased productivity, efficiency and consistency • Reduce time-to-proficiency, increase reuse • Reduce time-to-market new products and services • Approach projects in a consistent manner Macroscope
  11. 11. ©2013 Fujitsu Unique Features of Macroscope 11 Feature Macroscope Approach Focus on business transformation Take into account organizational change management, work environment, stakeholders – well beyond the software development lifecycle. Focus on delivering value Asking critical questions up front, all centered around the realization of measurable business outcomes. Attention to operational requirements Take care of maintenance, training, operating requirements as inputs to solution design, not as consequences. Foster a culture of continuous improvement. Explicit role definitions Explicitly define roles up front to encourage and create genuine partnership between business and IT. Granular deliverables Ensure that work products are necessary, sufficient, specific small enough to absorb. Macroscope
  12. 12. ©2013 Fujitsu Deploying Macroscope 12Macroscope Effective transition strategy Stress pragmatic use of the methodology Gradual implementation Provide assistance, support, help Strive for rapid delivery of outcomes Budget, schedule, steering committee Transition, training, support and communication Adapt to context, policies and culture Manage as a change program Identify and measure (make them visible) Starts with simple metrics Target feasible outcomes Align implementation with business objectives Integrate Macroscope into business processes Get management commitment Four steps for a successful implementation of Macroscope
  13. 13. ©2013 Fujitsu Common Pitfalls to Avoid 13Macroscope Lack of a program vision Dedicated & knowledgeable resources Leadership support r a a Ignoring existing culture Avoid the cookie-cutter mentality Avoid the one-size-fits-all approach Customize and adapt to gain ownership r a a a Starting too big too fast Think of introducing bite-size changes Review and adjust periodically with experts Build on success r a a a Lack of involvement and ownership Promote change champions Involve knowledgeable people early, then transfer knowledge Frequent communications r a a a
  14. 14. ©2013 Fujitsu Committed to Evolution V1: 1984 V2: 1987 Launch of the Macroscope Program 1991 V3: 1996 V4: 2002 V5: 2012 Macroscope 14 V5.2: 2013 Fujitsu and the User Community: commitment to continuous improvement… Evolution of Macroscope Improved Practices User Community Experience
  15. 15. ©2013 Fujitsu Macroscope – Knowledge Transfer 15 A practical and accessible reference used by our practitioners and by our clients, Macroscope enables: • Sharing of experience and knowledge from practitioners on real projects in the field • A continuous evolution of best practices through a sustained conversation among our practitioner community, our clients and experts
  16. 16. ©2013 Fujitsu Visit the Macroscope Community Site 16Macroscope http://macroscope.ca.fujitsu.com/en
  17. 17. ©2013 Fujitsu Notices 17Macroscope Intellectual Property and Copyright Ownership Other than for the purposes of evaluating Fujitsu’s offering, no part of this work may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, or by any information storage or retrieval system, except as may be permitted in writing by Fujitsu. Macroscope, ProcessUnifier, Results Chain are trademarks or registered trademark of Fujitsu Consulting (Canada) Inc. All other brand names of products mentioned are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective companies. © Fujitsu Consulting (Canada) Inc. All rights reserved. Notice This document may contain statements for the purpose of sharing discussions regarding Macroscope implementation, deployment or evolution. The content may be incomplete, inaccurate and is subject to change. It may not in any way be considered a commitment or warrantee from Fujitsu.

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