need to solve some
business problems?
we may
have an answer
for you
it's sleek and fast
so you enjoy each journey
it makes things
easier to find
.. like skills,
knowledge,
ability,
money
and easier to see
it helps make
the most
of what
you’ve got
no matter how many ways
you use the same road
but there’s a few steps to it
(a) map where you sit
(b) map what you do
how you deliver a capability,
product or service
S F
(c) map how you do it
which lets you ignore the noise
so you see
what’s important
about each part
to make sure
(d) it works properly
and for Business,
that means seeing
correct and current info
on demand
Process
Business info
Application
Data
Technologies...
and because there’s a place for (nearly) everything
it lets your people organise themselves
to a better way for working together
so what’s it all mean?
it means you can do things faster and easier
it means
your people
can aim
their efforts
better
it means you can bridge skills
from old to new technologies
it means you can deliver the way people like
Capability Management
On-boarding
Knowledge
management
Document Placement
Int...
and
it
helps
you
align
your
stuff
how?? what??
some time ago, on invitation from the Japanese Government
a number of organisations came together
with an international ta...
to detail how
organisations
coordinated in
a large-scale
keiretsu
… it brought together a lot of knowledge
and a lot of experience
Generic
Enterprise
Reference
Architecture
Mission fulfilment
Management & Control
Software
Hardware
Resource
Organisation
...
which was used to model the repeatable coordination
relationships within a multinational construction enterprise
which
(to us and the client)
was pretty exciting
because you
could capture different entities
on a common framework
which made things easier
which organises the ownership, positions, role based access rights
(b) map what you do
how you deliver a capability,
produ...
Capability Map: Expense Management
The Capability Map is similar to the Value Stream approach used by Toyota and other org...
S F
(c) map how you do it
which shows the details of what you do for each one
Process Map: Identify expense need
Dawa
The Process Map shows the business processes, where the user drags and drops the s...
Click on any part of the business:
• Capability Map
• Process Map
• Business Process
and see what you use
and see what’s i...
Process Map: Identify expense need:Details
Dawa
Attach documents, templates, details onto any process
- this gives current...
to implement, you don't need an army
you use the knowledge of your people
and they add
what's important
because they already know what they want
Slideology:
01.Aleera: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ale_era/3681831618/
02.a little quiet time: http://www.flickr.com/phot...
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  1. 1. need to solve some business problems?
  2. 2. we may have an answer for you
  3. 3. it's sleek and fast so you enjoy each journey
  4. 4. it makes things easier to find
  5. 5. .. like skills, knowledge, ability, money and easier to see
  6. 6. it helps make the most of what you’ve got
  7. 7. no matter how many ways you use the same road
  8. 8. but there’s a few steps to it
  9. 9. (a) map where you sit
  10. 10. (b) map what you do how you deliver a capability, product or service
  11. 11. S F (c) map how you do it
  12. 12. which lets you ignore the noise
  13. 13. so you see what’s important about each part to make sure (d) it works properly
  14. 14. and for Business, that means seeing correct and current info on demand Process Business info Application Data Technologies Networks Security
  15. 15. and because there’s a place for (nearly) everything
  16. 16. it lets your people organise themselves
  17. 17. to a better way for working together
  18. 18. so what’s it all mean?
  19. 19. it means you can do things faster and easier
  20. 20. it means your people can aim their efforts better
  21. 21. it means you can bridge skills from old to new technologies
  22. 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. 23. and it helps you align your stuff
  24. 24. how?? what??
  25. 25. some time ago, on invitation from the Japanese Government a number of organisations came together with an international task force
  26. 26. to detail how organisations coordinated in a large-scale keiretsu
  27. 27. … it brought together a lot of knowledge
  28. 28. and a lot of experience
  29. 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. 30. which was used to model the repeatable coordination relationships within a multinational construction enterprise
  31. 31. which (to us and the client) was pretty exciting
  32. 32. because you could capture different entities on a common framework
  33. 33. which made things easier
  34. 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. 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. 36. S F (c) map how you do it which shows the details of what you do for each one
  37. 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. 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. 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. 40. to implement, you don't need an army
  41. 41. you use the knowledge of your people
  42. 42. and they add what's important
  43. 43. because they already know what they want
  44. 44. Slideology: 01.Aleera: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ale_era/3681831618/ 02.a little quiet time: http://www.flickr.com/photos/26878619@N07/6125847780/ 03.city cat: http://www.flickr.com/photos/thechad123/3438068312 04.sand troopers: http://www.flickr.com/photos/26878619@N07/6137286025 05.xray print: http://www.flickr.com/photos/32058362@N04/4878665117 06.soccer ball: http://www.flickr.com/photos/lucanassini/3250193666/ 07.london streets: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mariapage147/7237607118 08.dance girl: http://www.flickr.com/photos/buy_aapl/8659974502/ 09.sleep dog: http://www.flickr.com/photos/homini/5108169853 10.dawa: http://www.flickr.com/photos/juhansonin/5098445382/ 11.lego: http://www.flickr.com/photos/robertogreco/4664056298/ 12.lego table: http://www.flickr.com/photos/92308245@N03/9507585856/ 13.suspension: http://www.flickr.com/photos/flyingsaab/6717461503/ 15.berger: http://www.flickr.com/photos/aloha75/5145776608 16.Bullrun: http://www.flickr.com/photos/pixelydixel/9245405001/ 17.orchestra: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jamesjordan/3235815231/ 18.mirror trooper: http://www.flickr.com/photos/26878619@N07/6179297161/ 19.airport: http://www.flickr.com/photos/azuremen/6173417655 20.target trooper: http://www.flickr.com/photos/26878619@N07/6047457853 21.piano: http://www.flickr.com/photos/flickuuu/4716946990/ 22.coffee: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mrn8/2287640326/i 23.planets: http://www.flickr.com/photos/westius/5716952253 24.read troopers: http://www.flickr.com/photos/26878619@N07/6014889571/ 25.stadium: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Saitama_Stadium_Panorama.jpg 26.fish tunnel: http://www.flickr.com/photos/40051586@N04/3680207839/ 28.Networks: http://www.flickr.com/ 31.KungFu Housekeeping: cc: http://www.flickr.com/photos/timwu/2268151872/ 32.stave: http://www.flickr.com/photos/lifeofrobert/3569477676/ 33.washer:c http://www.flickr.com/photos/randomeshg/3924387219/ 40.troopers: http://www.flickr.com/photos/smokebelch/4014178315 40.leaders: http://www.flickr.com/ 42.stairs: http://www.flickr.com/photos/flickuuu/5612401005/ 43.toystore: http://www.flickr.com/photos/isayx3/3545404844/ glenn.elliott@oyonixgroup.com www.busimaps.com
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