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BusiMaps: Business Capability, Architecture, Process, Compliance and Auditing


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BusiMaps concept and 3 screenshots: Business Improvement Software for Business Capability, Architecture, Process, Compliance and Auditing

BusiMaps concept and 3 screenshots: Business Improvement Software for Business Capability, Architecture, Process, Compliance and Auditing

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  • 1. need to solve some business problems?
  • 2. we may have an answer for you
  • 3. it's sleek and fast so you enjoy each journey
  • 4. it makes things easier to find
  • 5. .. like skills, knowledge, ability, money and easier to see
  • 6. it helps make the most of what you’ve got
  • 7. no matter how many ways you use the same road
  • 8. but there’s a few steps to it
  • 9. (a) map where you sit
  • 10. (b) map what you do how you deliver a capability, product or service
  • 11. S F (c) map how you do it
  • 12. which lets you ignore the noise
  • 13. so you see what’s important about each part to make sure (d) it works properly
  • 14. and for Business, that means seeing correct and current info on demand Process Business info Application Data Technologies Networks Security
  • 15. and because there’s a place for (nearly) everything
  • 16. it lets your people organise themselves
  • 17. to a better way for working together
  • 18. so what’s it all mean?
  • 19. it means you can do things faster and easier
  • 20. it means your people can aim their efforts better
  • 21. it means you can bridge skills from old to new technologies
  • 22. it means you can deliver the way people like Capability Management On-boarding Knowledge management Document Placement Integration: *People, *Process, & *Technology Compliance and auditing Architecture CMDB FEA, AGA Process standardisation
  • 23. and it helps you align your stuff
  • 24. how?? what??
  • 25. some time ago, on invitation from the Japanese Government a number of organisations came together with an international task force
  • 26. to detail how organisations coordinated in a large-scale keiretsu
  • 27. … it brought together a lot of knowledge
  • 28. and a lot of experience
  • 29. Generic Enterprise Reference Architecture Mission fulfilment Management & Control Software Hardware Resource Organisation Information Function Machine Human Particular architecture Means of implementation Model content Physical manifestation Purpose of activity Genericity { } { { Identification Concept Requirements Detailed design Implementation Operation Renewal Preliminary design Life-cycle phases Operation = the instantiation of previous design phases showing - the phases of enterprise design - the activities within each phase - the deliverables of each phase and the Task Force synthesised some key frameworks into a single view
  • 30. which was used to model the repeatable coordination relationships within a multinational construction enterprise
  • 31. which (to us and the client) was pretty exciting
  • 32. because you could capture different entities on a common framework
  • 33. which made things easier
  • 34. which organises the ownership, positions, role based access rights (b) map what you do how you deliver a capability, product or service (a) map where you sit which shows the keys steps of what you do for each one
  • 35. Capability Map: Expense Management The Capability Map is similar to the Value Stream approach used by Toyota and other organisations. The user edits the template, or drags and drops the shapes around. - Each shape is a key step, which has its own Process Map showing how it is done. - When clicking any shape, its high level details are shown. you can drill down to the process maps and their processes * capture future, desired capabilities * share / apply / use capabilities across areas * see the gap between current and desired capabilities Dawa
  • 36. S F (c) map how you do it which shows the details of what you do for each one
  • 37. Process Map: Identify expense need Dawa The Process Map shows the business processes, where the user drags and drops the shapes around. Each Process: has Business Information, is supported by an Application, Data, Technologies, etc.. Each Decision has Business Rules and other info.
  • 38. Click on any part of the business: • Capability Map • Process Map • Business Process and see what you use and see what’s important about it
  • 39. Process Map: Identify expense need:Details Dawa Attach documents, templates, details onto any process - this gives current info on demand for any process, procedure, and other important parts of business - having easy to read processes with the required details proves your compliance to standards - you can add any other items you need
  • 40. to implement, you don't need an army
  • 41. you use the knowledge of your people
  • 42. and they add what's important
  • 43. because they already know what they want
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