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    • Sustainable Development 2.0 Governance Model Introducing FISDEV (Framework for Integrated Sustainable Development) Sean McClowry [email_address] Framework for Integrated Sustainable Development Delivered through a Collaborative Approach Sets the new standard for Information Development through an Open Source Offering Sustainable Development Enterprise Data Management Enterprise Content Management Information Strategy, Architecture and Governance Solution Capabilities that provide a foundation for Suite Delivery Supporting Assets Commercial & Open Source Product Solutions Access, Search and Content Delivery Business Intelligence Information Asset Management Business Solutions Governance Framework Architecture Framework Usage Model Overall Implementation Guide Foundational Solutions
        • This presentation covers the following
          • Introduction
            • About this presentation
            • Why Governance is important for Sustainability
          • Sustainability Governance
            • What is it
            • Where it fits in the Overall FISDEV Model
            • Guiding Principles
            • Key Activities
          • Getting Started: Sustainability QuickScan
          • Sustainability Governance Organisational Models
          • Advanced Techniques: Sustainability Governance 2.0
      Contents
        • This presentation provides an introductory approach to the governance aspects of “Sustainability 2.0 ” using FISDEV (Framework for Integrated Sustainable Development).
          • FISDEV is an open source, collaborative methodology for Sustainable Development that can be found at www.open-sustainability.org .
          • FISDEV was launched in January 2008 and is in the very early stages of development.
          • FISDEV is mostly focused on development of a sustainability model for corporations, including their impact on all areas of Sustainable Development
          • Sustainability Governance 2.0 is about facilitating an open, transparent and common approach to Sustainability within these organizations
          • The “2.0” Techniques include:
            • Collaborative development of the FISDEV standard
            • Standards that could applied for information sharing and regulatory reporting
            • Mashups of the standard using Enterprise 2.0 techniques and technologies.
        • An introductory presentation to Sustainability 2.0 and FISDEV is also available.
      About this Presentation
      • It’s an attitude, not only a technology
          • Share, Participate, Be transparent, Honest voice
        • It’s about people
          • Communities of trust
      • The web as a platform
          • Capacity to use the web as an Operating System
          • A “writeable web”
      What is Sustainability 2.0? What is Web 2.0?
      • Provides new models for collaboration, governance and innovation for Sustainable Development
      • Applies across the public web (Web 2.0) and within the Enterprise (Enterprise 2.0)
      • Harnesses the brainpower of the global community in an open and transparent fashion
      • Uses an architecture and framework-based approach to develop and implement Sustainability Solutions
      What is Sustainability 2.0?
      • A company applying Web 2.0 technology / techniques to deliver:
          • New Products / New Services
          • Increased Quality
          • Better use of “people talent”
      • Enabling corporate agility
          • Flexible & Anticipative solutions
          • Works with SOA to focus on reuse and efficiency
      What is Enterprise 2.0?
      • Controls and Standards
          • Common ways of doing things
          • Best practices and architectural models
          • Standards may be open or proprietary
        • It’s about people
          • Having the right skills
          • How people interact with one another
      What is Governance 2.0/Sustainability Governance? What is Governance?
      • Standards, policies, processes, architectural frameworks and target metrics to assist organisations in becoming more Sustainable
      • Used by smart companies to positively transform a business while meeting regulations
      • Uses an architecture and framework-based approach to develop and implement Sustainability Solutions
      • Helps fill a major gap in relation to the Sustainable Development
      What is Sustainability Governance?
      • Collaboration and Agility
          • Better harness informal networks through technology
          • Enables flatter organisational models
      • Impacts Open Standards
          • Use of common content through mashups
          • Global community contributes to content
          • Increased quality through perpetual delivery and re-factoring
      What is Governance 2.0?
        • Key Drivers for Sustainability Governance
          • Sustainability Governance is needed because issues related to poor quality, inefficient architecture and incorrect process often lead to issues such as waste and pollution and constrain development.
          • Sustainability Governance can help provide guidelines, controls and frameworks for organizations to assist them on the path to better sustainability.
          • Governance is also important to encourage and open and transparent approach . As sustainability is such a broad and complex topic and has varying definitions, it is important to have common definitions as best as possible.
          • It is needed to keep companies, solution provides and solution implementers “honest ” in an area that will receive a tremendous amount of capital investment and political attention. Its a complex so its easy to provide misleading results.
          • It is critical to understand the impacts of decisions and how they impact other areas of Sustainability (e.g. how a programme that helps reduce a retailer’s carbon footprint by stopping imports from Africa impacts other areas). The goal should be to capture and provide objective information for decisions.
          • As the transformation organizations must go through is so significant, companies will benefit from sharing lessons learned. This isn’t necessarily “trade secrets” but an open and transparent forum for them to share information .
          • Companies need to think of Sustainability as a competency , something that needs to be integrated into the way the run their business, deliver projects and measure success.
        • Fundamentally Sustainability Governance is about making sure that the architectures, policies and technology solutions that have been defined are effectively and efficiently implemented. While its focus may be for a specific area, it must be inclusive with a comprehensive approach to Sustainable Development.
      Why Governance 2.0/Sustainability Governance?
        • Guiding Principles for Governance:
          • Common standards and structures can be useful, but need to be applied in the “right way”
          • Implemented the wrong way, governance can hamper innovation and agility.
          • Governance can involve “centralised” power, but traditional push-down models of architecture and standards only provide part of the solution.
          • Some standards are needed or we cannot be agile or innovative – we’re always fighting fires.
          • With a foundation of standards, we can distribute power and empower a community to be far more productive.
          • The scope should include best practice implementation methods, architectural patterns, organisational design guidelines and regulatory reporting. A well-defined governance programme should be active and support the evolution of policies over time.
          • We need standards because when we don’t account for what we produce, we may get unexpected issues. Information Quality issues are analogous to the pollutants we see from poor sustainability design.
      Why Governance 2.0/Sustainability Governance?
      • Sustainability Framework
          • An open and collaborative approach to Sustainable Development
          • Helping to shape new theories on Sustainability
          • Core methodology with formal release cycle
          • Governance council
          • Based on a framework for any open method
      • Web / Enterprise 2.0
          • Developed as part of an open community
          • Can be integrated to internally held and shared content
          • The goal is to develop a standard that everyone can map to and help create
      • Open Source (software and content):
          • All content is freely available under the Create Commons (Attribution) License
          • All software is open source and can be used by others to build Enterprise “mashups”
          • Goal is to provide an organizing framework for open source Sustainability technologies
      FISDEV Approach: An Open Source Methodology
        • www.open-sustainability.org
      FISDEV (Framework for Integrated Sustainable Development)
    • FISDEV and Governance: An Open Governance Standard
    • FISDEV and Governance: Applies across all 5 Phases Sustainable Development through the 5 Phases of FISDEV Improved Governance and Operating Model Phase 2 Technology Assessment Phase 1 Business Assessment Phase 3, 4, 5 Develop Deploy Design Improve Increment 1 Increment 2 Increment 3 Roadmap & Foundation Activities Begin Next Increment Strategic Programme Blueprint is done once Continuous Implementation Phases
    • FISDEV and Governance: A Foundational Solution Framework for Integrated Sustainable Development Delivered through a Collaborative Approach Sets the new standard for Information Development through an Open Source Offering Sustainable Development Enterprise Data Management Enterprise Content Management Information Strategy, Architecture and Governance Solution Capabilities that provide a foundation for Suite Delivery Supporting Assets Commercial & Open Source Product Solutions Access, Search and Content Delivery Business Intelligence Information Asset Management Business Solutions Governance Framework Architecture Framework Usage Model Overall Implementation Guide Foundational Solutions
    • Sustainability Governance: Guiding Principles
        • Build an Sustainable Development Organisation
          • Accountability. Everyone has a role to play in sustainability. Specific roles should be filled by named executive staff, architects and Sustainability Stewards.
          • Efficient Operating Models. Common standards, methods, architecture and collaborative techniques provide a Governance model that can be implemented in a physically central, virtual or offshore model.
          • Senior Leadership. Senior Leaders must align and work towards a common goal of improved sustainability, while appreciating it is still immature as a discipline and be ready for challenges.
    • Sustainability Governance: Guiding Principles
        • Managing Sustainable Assets
          • Historical Quantification. Common architectural models and tools-based quantitative assessments of the existing environment are key aspects of establishing a known baseline to move forward.
          • Economic Value Assessment. Organizations should provide a mechanism to assign an economic value to their sustainability investments and measure the financial impacts of new practices.
          • A Common Methodology. An Governance programme should include a common set of activities, tasks and deliverables to build a competency
          • Standard Models A common foundation of processes, technologies and implementation techniques simplifies transformation and provides one of the fundamental building blocks of Sustainability Governance.
          • Governance Tools. Measuring the effectiveness of an Sustainability Governance program requires tools to capture assets and performance.
    • Sustainability Governance: Guiding Principles
        • Be Pragmatic in a Strategic Context
          • Strategic Approach. Improvements will typically be measured over months and years, not days. This model must allow for tactical improvements.
          • Comprehensive Scope. An Sustainability Governance approach should be comprehensive in its scope, and not simplify focus on isolated issues.
          • Architecture. A Technology architecture should be defined for the current-state, transition points and target vision.
          • Continuous Improvement. It is not always cost-effective to fix all issues in a certain area, but to instead follow the “80/20 rule”. It should re-factor a baseline through audits, monitoring, technology re-factoring and personnel training.
          • Flexibility for Change. While an Sustainability Governance program involves putting standards in place, it must have an inbuilt pragmatism and flexibility for change.
    • Sustainability Governance: Guiding Principles
        • Apply Web2.0/Enterprise.2.0 Principles for Better Governance
          • Collaborative Community. Collaborative technologies can streamline communications to capture content in informal network as well as build the formal.
          • Organizing the Informal Network. Build a content model that is easily populated through user-driven categorization, informal collaboration begins to take on more formal structures.
          • Aggregation of Ideas. Not all good ideas have to come from the inside. Social Computing techniques provide an easy way to bring linked content together.
          • Linking the Informal to Formal. The same principle of applying content categories can be applied to formal governance processes.
          • Searching the Knowledge Network. Enterprise Search techniques should be implemented to make this information easily accessible.
          • Collaborative Asset Management. The maturity of your business and technology assets should be a known quantity and this information easily shared across the organization.
          • Global Standards Bodies. Having an external perspective through a central authority can help to balance competing interests and work to a similar approach.
    • Key Governance Activities
      • The FISDEV approach for improving Sustainability Governance goes across all 5 phases of the methodology. The most critical activities for improving Sustainability Governance are as follows:
          • Activity 1.4 Sustainability QuickScan
          • Activity 1.6 Sustainability Governance Sponsorship and Scope
          • Activity 1.7 Initial Sustainability Governance Organisation
          • Activity 2.7 Sustainability Governance Policies
          • Activity 2.8 Sustainability Standards
          • Activity 3.5 Business Scope for Improved Sustainability Governance
          • Activity 3.6 Enterprise Sustainability Architecture
          • Activity 3.7 Root Cause Analysis on Sustainability Governance Issues
          • Activity 3.8 Sustainability Governance Metrics
          • Activity 3.X – 5.X Collaborative Business Intelligence
          • Activity 3.12 System Re-Engineering
          • Activity 5.11 Continuous Improvement - Compliance Auditing
          • Activity 5.12 Continuous Improvement - Standards, Policies and Processes
          • Activity 5.13 Continuous Improvement - Quality
          • Activity 5.14 Continuous Improvement - Infrastructure
          • Activity 5.15 Continuous Improvement - Sustainable Development Organization
          • Activity 5.16 Continuous Improvement – Open Methodology
      Note these activities are in the early stages of development and expected to evolve over time
    • Key Governance Activities Phase 1. Business Assessment and Strategy Definition Blueprint Quickly Understand Issues Organisational QuickScan SG Sponsorship and Scope Establish Leadership
      • Conduct Sustainability Maturity Assessment
      • Catalogue Inventory of Assets
      • Determine Economic Value of Sustainability
      • Assess organizational structure, people and their skills
      • Confirm scope of Sustainability Governance Program
      • Confirm in-scope business subject area
      • Assign Sustainability Stewards to each business subject area
      An initial gap analysis is developed by assessing the organisation’s current-state issues and vision for the future-state. Sustainability Governance scope driven by high-level requirements and complemented by the definition of a strategic conceptual architecture. Initial SG Organisation Establish Team
      • Establishment Sustainability Governance Council
      • Assignment of roles and responsibilities
      • Definition of communications model and tracking mechanism
      • Re-alignment of Business and Technology Strategy
    • Key Governance Activities Phase 2. Technology Assessment and Selection Blueprint Driven by guiding principles, a Policy Framework and common set of Sustainability Standards are created that will be used throughout the implementation program. Deliver Policy Framework Sustainability Governance Policies Sustainability Governance Standards Standards for Implementation
      • Definition of Sustainability Governance Policy Requirements
      • Definition of Sustainability Governance Policies
      • Approval and Distribution of Sustainability Governance Policies
      • Specification and Design Standards
      • Implementation Standards
      • Information Capture Standards
      • Reporting Standards
      • Quality Standards
    • Key Governance Activities Phase 3. Roadmap and Foundation Activities Determine In Scope KPIs Business Scope for Improved Sustainability Governance Enterprise Sustainability Architecture Root Cause Analysis of SG Issues Overall Architecture Determine Process Issues
      • Define Business Process Scope for Increment
      • Determine KPIs and Prioritize by Business Impact
      • Capture Recommend Business Process Changes
      • Overlay Business Architecture on Enterprise Sustainability Architecture
      • Overlay Technology Architecture on Enterprise Sustainability Architecture
      • Overlay Information Architecture on Enterprise Sustainability Architecture
      • Prevent Issues related to Business Process
      • Prevent Issues related to Technology Architecture
      • Summarize Root Cause Issues and Recommend Changes
      The FISDEV governance approach focused around Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). These are the subset of data elements that are used to make the most critical business decisions. The Enterprise Information Architecture is built out over time using these KPIs to guide the development of the architecture.
    • Key Governance Activities Phase 3. Roadmap and Foundation Activities (continued) Assess issues with KPIs Sustainability Governance Metrics Collaborative Business Intelligence System Re-Engineering Make Evidence based decisions Address Issues
      • Define Metric Categories and Measurement Techniques
      • Gather Current-State Metrics on each KPIs
      • Define Target Metrics on each KPIs
      • Define a solution for making objective, fact-based decisions
      • Define an approach to formulate and measure the success of policies
      • Define reports against regulatory requirements
      • Design the collaborative aspects of the solution to provide for a collective intelligence approach to Sustainability intelligence
      • Implementation of common standards
      • Correction of systemic issues
      • Enhance systems and improve core capabilities
      • Finalize Business Summary of Quality Impacts
      Metrics are defined for how data will be measured initially as well as target measures. The Business Intelligence solution is implemented in the design and build phases of an Information Development work stream
    • Key Governance Activities Phase 5. Develop, Test, Deploy and Improve Continuous Improvement Compliance Auditing Standards, Policies and Processes Quality Continuous Improvement Continuous Improvement
      • Attain Sponsorship of Sustainability Governance Board
      • Define Compliance Auditing Processes
      • Train Staff on Compliance Standards
      • Conduct Auditing Processes
      • Present Auditing Results and Recommendations
      • Review and Revise Sustainability Governance Policies
      • Review and Revise Sustainability Governance Metrics
      • Review and Revise Sustainability Governance Standards
      • Review and Revise Sustainability Governance Processes
      • Implement Changes as Required
      • Conduct Ongoing Quality Monitoring
      • Associate Quality Issues with Root Causes
      • Execute Issue Prevention Process
      The FISDEV Methodology is based around the Continuous Improvement . That means that we are continually re-factoring towards the strategic vision and there are planned activities to revisit the existing implementation.
    • Key Governance Activities Phase 5. Develop, Test, Deploy and Improve (continued) Continuous Improvement Infrastructure Sustainable Development Organization Contribute to Open FISDEV Methodology Continuous Improvement Continuous Improvement
      • Re-factor Technology Infrastructure
      • Progressively Automate Processes
      • Review and Recommend Physical Infrastructure Changes
      • Move to an Information-Driven Architecture
      • Move to a Common Architecture and Delivery Model
      • Develop Staff and their Skills
      • Implement Sustainability Governance Incentives
      • Review and Revise Communications Model
      • Help improve the overall approach to Sustainability Governance used by our community:
      • Help complete wanted assets
      • Assist with Peer reviews
      • Propose new core supporting assets
      • Recommend extensions to overall methodology
      • Be an active collaborator
      Users of FISDEV encouraged to be part of an active community. The collaborative environment for FISDEV allows the core method to be improved over time, whilst within a release cycle and product roadmap for stability.
    • Getting Started: QuickScan Assessment Sustainable Development through the 5 Phases of FISDEC Improved Governance and Operating Model Phase 2 Technology Assessment Phase 1 Business Assessment Phase 3, 4, 5 Develop Deploy Design Improve Increment 1 Increment 2 Increment 3 Roadmap & Foundation Activities Begin Next Increment Strategic Programme Blueprint is done once Phase 1 – Business Assessment and Strategy Definition Blueprint 1.1Strategic Mobilisation 1.2 Enterprise Information Management Awareness 1.3 Overall Business Strategy for Sustainable Development 1.4 Organisational QuickScan for Sustainable Development 1.5 Future State Vision for Information Management 1.6 Sustainability Governance Sponsorship and Scope 1.7 Initial Sustainability Governance Organisation 1.8 Business Blueprint Completion 1.9 Programme Review Continuous Implementation Phases Activity 1.4 Organisational QuickScan for Sustainable Development Responsible Status 1.4.1 Assess Current-State Application Portfolio 1.4.2 Assess Sustainability Maturity 1.4.3 Assess Economic Value of Sustainability 1.4.5 Assess Key Current-State Sustainability Processes 1.4.6 Define Current-State Conceptual Architecture 1.4.7 Assess Current-State People Skills 1.4.8 Assess Current-State Organisational Structure 1.4.9 Assemble Findings on People, Organization and its Capabilities
    • Getting Started: QuickScan Assessment Organizational Confidence Low High Sustainable Development Maturity High Sustainable Development is a strategic initiative, issues are either prevented or corrected at the source, and best-in-class solution architecture is implemented. Focus is on continuous improvement. Sustainability Development is treated as a core competency across strategy, people, process, organisation and technology. Sustainability is measured at an enterprise level. Well-developed engineering processes and an organization structure exists. Awareness and action occur in response to issues. Action is either system- or department-specific. Sustainable Development is part of the organization’s charter and enterprise management processes exist. There is awareness that problems exist but little action has been taken in addressing any issues. META Group developed a 5-level Information Maturity Model (IMM) to use as an information maturity guideline. For MIKE2.0 this model has been extended with additional detail. It is similar to the Software Capability Maturity Model (CMM) and focuses initially on data quality. FISDEV could use a similar model for conducting assessments. FISDEV should provide an objective assessment of an organization’s current and desired sustainability maturity levels to construct a program for improving Sustainability Governance. A Sustainability Governance Assessment should contain an organizational maturity model (sample shown below) Reactive Level 2 Aware Level 1 Proactive Level 3 Managed Level 4 Optimized Level 5
    • Sustainability Governance Organisational Model Level 5 - Sustainable Development Centre of Excellence Architecture Delivery Leadership
      • In moving to the common model for corporate sustainability, Leadership, Architecture and Delivery must represented on the team.
      • The key team members across the areas must actively collaborate through formal and informal reporting relationships to guide a strategic idea to its realization . It is an organizational model that provides a “balance of power” whilst providing an enabler to:
        • Align Business and Technology Strategy
        • Align Strategic and Tactical Objectives
        • Technology procurement efficiencies
        • Justify spend based on business case
        • Balance risk with speed of delivery
        • A common set of technology standards and policies
        • Reuse at an enterprise level
      • This model is focused on providing solutions for the Business, driven by the needs of the Business.
      Organisation Framework: Balance of Power Although leadership roles are recommended, Sustainability Governance is about a culture change across the organization in which everyone is a participant , not a single central team
    • SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Leadership Team Executive Sponsor s C-Level XBR Program Manager Chief Architect Sustainable Development Steering Committee (Representatives from Business and Technology) CSO CSO Reporting and Communication Structure Sustainability Stewardship and Ownership Delivery Team Sustainability Standards Manager Sustainability Reporting and Analytics Manager Sustainability Process Development Manager Sustainability Technology Manager Sustainability Quality Development Manager Data Quality Lead Architecture Team Technology Backplane Information Architect Business Domains Business Architects Chief Architect Business Architects Business Architects Infrastructure Architect Enterprise Architecture Sustainability Governance Organizational Model Level 5 - Sustainable Development Centre of Excellence Sustainability Architect
    • Sustainability Standards Information Integration / Standards Manager Development and Menagement Technical Modelling Common St Standards Business Modelling Sustainability Governance Organizational Model Level 5 - Sustainable Development Centre of Excellence SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Leadership Team Executive Sponsor s C-Level XBR Program Manager Chief Architect Sustainable Development Steering Committee (Representatives from Business and Technology) CSO CSO Reporting and Communication Structure Architecture Team Technology Backplane Information Architect Business Domains Business Architects Chief Architect Business Architects Business Architects Infrastructure Architect Enterprise Architecture Sustainability Architect Delivery Team Sustainability Standards Manager Sustainability Reporting and Analytics Manager Sustainability Process Development Manager Sustainability Technology Manager Sustainability Quality Development Manager
    • Networked Sustainability Governance (Governance 2.0)
        • Governance is a critical aspect of the FISDEV Sustainability Framework
        • A Networked Governance Model:
          • Provides a collaborative framework for the informal network
          • Makes it easier to work together across the Organisation
          • Enhances the informal network and brings it together into the formal approach
      Delivered through a Collaborative Approach Sustainability Governance Strategy Technology & Architecture Investigation and Monitoring Sustainability Governance Organisation Sustainability Governance Processes Sustainability Governance Policies Sustainability Governance Strategy Technology & Architecture Investigation and Monitoring Sustainability Governance Organisation Sustainability Governance Processes Networked Sustainability Governance: Sustainability Governance + Enterprise 2.0 Sustainability Governance Policies
    • Networked Sustainability Governance (Governance 2.0)
          • Collaborative Community. Collaborative technologies can streamline communications to capture content in informal network as well as build the formal.
          • Organising the Informal Network. Build a content model that is easily populated through user-driven categorization, informal collaboration begins to take on more formal structures.
          • Aggregation of Ideas. Not all good ideas have to come from the inside. Social Computing techniques provide an easy way to bring linked content together.
          • Linking the Informal to Formal. The same principle of applying content categories can be applied to formal governance processes.
          • Searching the Knowledge Network. Enterprise Search techniques should be implemented to make this information easily accessible.
          • Collaborative Asset Management. The maturity of your business and technology assets should be a known quantity and this information easily shared across the organization.
          • Global Standards Bodies. Having an external perspective through a central authority can help to balance competing interests and work to a similar approach.
      Networked Sustainability Governance: Sustainability Governance + Enterprise 2.0
    • Networked Sustainability Governance (Governance 2.0)
          • To illustrate the concept of Advanced Sustainability Governance, the following slides show how Governance 2.0 is applied to Sustainability within an Organisation
          • FISDEV Methodology can be used for Governance 2.0 concepts, including the implementation of Sustainability mashups
          • This approach shows how Enterprise 2.0 mashups are created within an organization around a governance standard
          • The MIKE2.0 Methodology can be used with FISDEV to provide the technical detail around the implementing Enterprise 2.0 solutions
          • Content license under the Creative Commons (the license used by FISDEV) can be used directly by organisations without a need to re-publish their own content as open source
      Networked Sustainability Governance: Sustainability Governance + Enterprise 2.0 The Governance 2.0 model applied to Sustainability Governance
    • Governance 2.0: Sustainability Governance Example Open Content – Web 2.0 Integrated Approach Mashup Content – Enterprise 2.0 Social Networking A collaborative community across the organisation
    • Governance 2.0: Sustainability Governance Example You can write in any tags you want You can use categories as tags You can select from popular tags Categories are linked to tags in FISDEV through the Bookmarking component Organising the Informal Network: Categories link articles together and to mike2.0
    • Governance 2.0: Information Governance Example
          • The same principle of applying content categories to the informal network can be applied to more traditional governance processes
          • This approach is used to link formal and informal assets together.
          • Formal Sustainability Governance processes are used to define this taxonomy.
      Categories are linked to tags in FISDEV through the Bookmarking component Link the Formally Developed Content to Informal Networks
    • Governance 2.0: Information Governance Example FISDEV is an Open and Collaborative Global Standards Body for the Industry Information Governance 2.0 model can be applied to Sustainability Governance