ITSM Sourcing specialization 2008-2009 Directing Sourcing and Services
Agenda <ul><li>Conclusion on our change colours </li></ul><ul><li>What is directing </li></ul><ul><li>Processmodel for dir...
Conclusion on our change colours… 19 20 21 22 14 Johan Rebaz 15 19 21 24 17 Ibrahim 20 19 35 10 12 Jaime 22 14 10 39 11 Mi...
What is directing?
What is directing <ul><li>Directing is about linking demand and supply.  </li></ul><ul><li>You must know what the customer...
The three columns of the enneahedron  Beheren en exploiteren ICT services Beheren en gebruiken informatievoozieningen Ontw...
The three rows of the enneahedron Beheren en exploiteren ICT services Beheren en gebruiken informatievoozieningen Ontwerpe...
A framework for managing sourcing Management and exploitation IT and FM services Management and use facilities Use and exp...
Cmmi process areas in the 9 grid model Implementing Management and exploitation IT and FM services Management and use faci...
Processmodel for directing
<ul><li>There are three primary process chains in the directing organisation: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Innovation Management,...
The chain shows three dominant lines Implementing Management and exploitation IT and FM services Management and use facili...
Explanation process model demand/supply <ul><li>Organization is focussed on matching present and future customer IT servic...
Process model detailed Supply Directing Customer/ Demand Delivery of services Incident management Measurement en analysis ...
Bounderies of IT supply Supply Directing Customer/ Demand Delivery of services Incident management Measurement en analysis...
Innovation process (1/2) Start Global Analysis Initiation Detail Analysis Contracting  3  Agree terms and contract with su...
Innovation process (2/2) Productintegration  Verification 5a  Prepare verification 5b  Testing 5c  Check selected products...
Change process Start The change process Initiation Management Alternative analysation and choice of solution Req. manageme...
Incident process Start ICT Management stage 1st line support Administration Classification Incident entry Incident solved ...
Roles within the directing organisation
The areas plotted on the IT management framework Management and exploitation IT and FM services Management and use facilit...
Directing roles in Governance and Architecture area <ul><li>The Director (CIO)  will carry the ultimate responsibility for...
The information management area <ul><li>The  Information Manager  advises on solutions in the field of ICT for business to...
Account and Portfolio mgt areas <ul><li>The  ICT consultant  advises organisation-wide, sought and unsolicited, on solutio...
Project mgt and collaboration mgt <ul><li>The  Project manager  executes projects in the field of ICT (from the initiation...
Contract mgt and performance monitoring <ul><li>The  Contract Coordinator  focuses on the creation and implementation of t...
Sourcing management area <ul><li>The  Service Level Coordinator  is responsible for monitoring and managing the delivery o...
Sourcing Services area <ul><li>The  keyuser  provides the functional management of one or more applications tailored to th...
The Functional application mgt area <ul><li>The  Functional Application Manager  provides the functional management of one...
Roles plotted on directing model Supply CIO Customer/ Demand Delivery of services Incident management Measurement en analy...
At the end… <ul><li>Setting up a directing organisation (the new ICT organisation) is a radical change….use the change col...
Done….questions?
All rights reserved. No part of this presentation may be reproduced or published in any form or by any means without the p...
Sourcing Lecture 5 Directing Sourcing And Services
Sourcing Lecture 5 Directing Sourcing And Services
Sourcing Lecture 5 Directing Sourcing And Services
Sourcing Lecture 5 Directing Sourcing And Services
Sourcing Lecture 5 Directing Sourcing And Services
Sourcing Lecture 5 Directing Sourcing And Services
Sourcing Lecture 5 Directing Sourcing And Services
Sourcing Lecture 5 Directing Sourcing And Services
Sourcing Lecture 5 Directing Sourcing And Services
Sourcing Lecture 5 Directing Sourcing And Services
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Sourcing Lecture 5 Directing Sourcing And Services

  1. 1. ITSM Sourcing specialization 2008-2009 Directing Sourcing and Services
  2. 2. Agenda <ul><li>Conclusion on our change colours </li></ul><ul><li>What is directing </li></ul><ul><li>Processmodel for directing </li></ul><ul><li>Roles within the directing organisation </li></ul><ul><li>Questions and answers </li></ul>
  3. 3. Conclusion on our change colours… 19 20 21 22 14 Johan Rebaz 15 19 21 24 17 Ibrahim 20 19 35 10 12 Jaime 22 14 10 39 11 Michiel 23 25 14 19 15 Ari 20 20 21 17 18 Sebastian 16 20 27 20 13 Sarah 10 24 24 19 19 Rebin 18 20 24 24 10 Gideon 16 19 24 24 13 Egbert 19 24 16 18 19 Thijs 14 21 23 26 12 Raage 10 23 21 26 16 Sofia 14 28 13 24 17 Ioannidis White Green Red Blue Yellow
  4. 4. What is directing?
  5. 5. What is directing <ul><li>Directing is about linking demand and supply. </li></ul><ul><li>You must know what the customer (commisioner and the user) </li></ul><ul><li>wants, then translate it into a solution with the </li></ul><ul><li>necessary resources (sources) to </li></ul><ul><li>achieve and then arrange </li></ul><ul><li>that the services </li></ul><ul><li>is provided. </li></ul><ul><li>And to be able tot do that to you really need the right competences. The director will just do it, that’s the whole thing. </li></ul>
  6. 6. The three columns of the enneahedron Beheren en exploiteren ICT services Beheren en gebruiken informatievoozieningen Ontwerpen en exploiteren bedrijfsvoering Implementing Ontwerpen en plannen ICT service Ontwerpen en plannen informatie voorziening en regie Ontwerpen en plannen bedrijfsvoering Organizing Bepalen strategie ICT service Bepalen strategie informatie voorziening en regie Bepalen strategie bedrijfsvoering Aligning Service Directing Management Business Directing Supplier organization
  7. 7. The three rows of the enneahedron Beheren en exploiteren ICT services Beheren en gebruiken informatievoozieningen Ontwerpen en exploiteren bedrijfsvoering Implementing Ontwerpen en plannen ICT service Ontwerpen en plannen informatie voorziening en regie Ontwerpen en plannen bedrijfsvoering Oganizing Bepalen strategie ICT service Bepalen strategie informatie voorziening en regie Bepalen strategie bedrijfsvoering Aligning Service Directing Management View and governance Planning, organization and projects Implementation and operational service delivery
  8. 8. A framework for managing sourcing Management and exploitation IT and FM services Management and use facilities Use and exploitation Implementing Design, build and implement IT and FM services Design and implementation facilities and information supply and control Design and implementation Organizing Specify IT and FM services Specify strategy facilities and information supply and control Specify strategy Aligning Service Directing Management
  9. 9. Cmmi process areas in the 9 grid model Implementing Management and exploitation IT and FM services Management and use facilities Use and exploitation management Design, build and implement IT and FM services Design and implementation facilities and information supply and control Design and implemantation management Organizing specify IT and FM services specify strategy facilities and information supply and control specify strategy and management Aligning Service Directing Management Monitoring quality Performance mgt and analysis Project Monit. & Control Supplier mgt. Change management Purchase & tenders Governance Account Mgt. Strategy & Collaboration Service Portfolio management Architecture Management Demand Management Demand & failure settlement Account & Demand mgt. Management Contract & Supplier mgt.
  10. 10. Processmodel for directing
  11. 11. <ul><li>There are three primary process chains in the directing organisation: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Innovation Management, develop new services </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Change management, implementation of changes to existing services (doing projects, etc.) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Service management, performance and direction on the existing services </li></ul></ul><ul><li>The processes are derived from the CMMi-ACQ model. By process chain KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) set. </li></ul>Process chains directing organisation
  12. 12. The chain shows three dominant lines Implementing Management and exploitation IT and FM services Management and use facilities Use and exploitation management Design, build and implement IT and FM services Design and implementation facilities and information supply and control Design and implemantation management Organizing specify IT and FM services specify strategy facilities and information supply and control specify strategy and management Aligning Service Directing Management Monitoring quality Performance mgt and analysis Project Monit. & Control Supplier mgt. Change management Purchase & tenders Governance Account Mgt. Strategy & Collaboration Service Portfolio management Architecture Management Demand Management Demand & failure settlement Innovation Managing changes Service continuity
  13. 13. Explanation process model demand/supply <ul><li>Organization is focussed on matching present and future customer IT service needs and demands with (contracted) services from supplier(s). </li></ul><ul><li>The total organization should be seen as a logistic process (coordination between supply and demand). Each activity in this logistic process must be indicated either as a coordination of daily business or as a change in services rendered or as an innovation in services being supplied </li></ul><ul><li>The activity is then attended to by the appropriate person/office in the logistic process and brought to a good result </li></ul>
  14. 14. Process model detailed Supply Directing Customer/ Demand Delivery of services Incident management Measurement en analysis Opera - tional meeting Tactical meeting - Change process Innovation Request for change of Product or service Request for New product or service complaints within SLA Management of complaints Results customer satisfactionsurvey Monitoring KPI’s complaints outside SLA Improvement services / solve incidents Reports Structural problems Proposal for impovement supplier Proposal for renewal supplier Proposal for improvement Proposal for renewal Governance Service portfolio mgt Architecture mgt Procurement & tender Strategy & coorporation Monitoring KPI’s Proposal for renewal reports S t r a t e g i c T a c t i c O p e r a t i o n a l Stra tegical meeting Project monitoring control & Monitoring KPI’s Proposal for improvement complaints Service & incidents
  15. 15. Bounderies of IT supply Supply Directing Customer/ Demand Delivery of services Incident management Measurement en analysis Opera - tional meeting Tactical meeting - Change process Innovation Request for change of Product or service Request for New product or service complaints within SLA Management of complaints Results customer satisfactionsurvey Monitoring KPI’s complaints outside SLA Improvement services / solve incidents Reports Structural problems Proposal for impovement supplier Proposal for renewal supplier Proposal for improvement Proposal for renewal Governance Service portfolio mgt Architecture mgt Procurement & tender Strategy & coorporation Monitoring KPI’s Proposal for renewal reports S t r a t e g i c T a c t i c O p e r a t i o n a l Stra tegical meeting Project monitoring control & Monitoring KPI’s Proposal for improvement complaints Service & incidents
  16. 16. Innovation process (1/2) Start Global Analysis Initiation Detail Analysis Contracting 3 Agree terms and contract with supply Inventarisation of customer requirements 1a Develop customer requirements 1b Develop Product requirements 1c Analyse and validate requirements Prepare Project 2a Estimate planning and forecast 2b Develop projectplan 2c Get commitment for the project go No go Input Service portfolio management Input Governance Architecture management Output Functional Design Input Strategy & colaboration Output Business case with P.I.D Input Procurement and tenderprocess Demandmanager Demandmanager Projectmanager Contractmanager Suplly mgt Output Contract go No go go No go
  17. 17. Innovation process (2/2) Productintegration Verification 5a Prepare verification 5b Testing 5c Check selected products 6a Prepare productintegration 6b Ensure interface- ompatibility and deliver the product The innovation process Input Developed products Decision making about testgroup & test environment Input Testresults Output Acceptation products Demandmanager Contractmanager Demandmanager Contractmanager Suplly mgt Develop technical solutions 4a Select product-component 4b Develop the design 4c Implement the product design Projectmanager Supply mgt Input Contract & Functioneel Design Management Preparation & test Implementation Development
  18. 18. Change process Start The change process Initiation Management Alternative analysation and choice of solution Req. management 1 control requirements 2 Evaluate alternative solutions Demandmanagement Contractmanagement Configuration mgt Projectplanning 3 Develop projectplan 4 Track and manage changes Product integration 5 Prepare product-integration 6 Ensure interface- comptability and produce solution Demandmanager Demandmanagement Supply Contractmanagement Development Implementation No go go No go go Analysation
  19. 19. Incident process Start ICT Management stage 1st line support Administration Classification Incident entry Incident solved Yes No 2nd line support Design and specifications of the solution Solution or escalation Intake Frontoffice 2 nd line support 1 Registration Classification call 2 Relationship call 10 Decline call 11 Decline user 5 Escalation 6 Analyse Incident 1 st line support 8 Solve Incident 1st line support 3 Inform coördinator 4 Take Care existing incident Measure exceeding Supply mgt 7 Assign Incident 9 Manage progress ja Nee ja self The incident management process Supply Front Office Supply Back Office Deeper investigation incident Distribution and administration of activities and solution
  20. 20. Roles within the directing organisation
  21. 21. The areas plotted on the IT management framework Management and exploitation IT and FM services Management and use facilities Use and exploitation Implementing Design, build and implement IT and FM services Design and implementation facilities and information supply and control Design and implementation Organizing SpecifyIT and FM services Specify strategy facilities and information supply and control Specify strategy Aligning Service Directing Management Sourcing management Project mgt and collaboration mgt Account and Portfolio mgt Contract mgt and performance monitoring Sourcing Services Information management Functional Application mgt Goverance and architecture
  22. 22. Directing roles in Governance and Architecture area <ul><li>The Director (CIO) will carry the ultimate responsibility for overall information and ICT chain and is sparring partner for the management of ICT-related issues </li></ul><ul><li>The information architect designs and implements organisation-wide information architecture (applications, hardware, networking, datacom) </li></ul><ul><li>The business architect designs the business processes and frameworks and enter the correct application of the process frameworks. Together with the ICT architect, a risk analysis in case of changes in processes or applications will be made </li></ul>
  23. 23. The information management area <ul><li>The Information Manager advises on solutions in the field of ICT for business to better support in achieving their objectives. It is a long term vision and planning and should develop a framework for planning and assessment of renewal and modification of information systems. </li></ul>
  24. 24. Account and Portfolio mgt areas <ul><li>The ICT consultant advises organisation-wide, sought and unsolicited, on solutions in the field of ICT business in order to better support their goals using ICT solutions </li></ul><ul><li>The Information Analyst focuses on analyzing and advising on how the information flows within the customer organisation can be supported by the current system landscape </li></ul>
  25. 25. Project mgt and collaboration mgt <ul><li>The Project manager executes projects in the field of ICT (from the initiation tot the transfer to the existing organization) </li></ul>
  26. 26. Contract mgt and performance monitoring <ul><li>The Contract Coordinator focuses on the creation and implementation of the supplier strategy, mapping product / vendor combinations and building and maintaining existing relationships </li></ul><ul><li>The Purchaser focuses on the procurement of services, and if products and people at the right price, performance levels, and compliance are buyed with contractual agreements is that can be monitored </li></ul><ul><li>The Demand Manager focuses on developing and maintaining relationships with external ICT suppliers and on the steering / leading the team in - and outside staff responsible for the daily operation (including Service Desk and Field Services) </li></ul>
  27. 27. Sourcing management area <ul><li>The Service Level Coordinator is responsible for monitoring and managing the delivery of agreed ICT products and services by external parties as defined in Service Level Agreements on quality, availability and cost. </li></ul><ul><li>The Project & Change Coordinator , will direct on all new and ongoing projects and (big) changes regarding the ICT systems (internal and external capacity, content, planning, budget, priority) </li></ul>
  28. 28. Sourcing Services area <ul><li>The keyuser provides the functional management of one or more applications tailored to the specific business processes. The key point of the users are from a group of users to use a specific application and the application of this application within a sector or management. </li></ul><ul><li>The process specialists support the key user for the translation of the process of sector specific management or automated applications. They are experts in the field of process and work within the framework of the business architect suggests. </li></ul>
  29. 29. The Functional application mgt area <ul><li>The Functional Application Manager provides the functional management of one or more applications tailored to the specific business and focuses on analyzing and advising on how the information flows within the organisation can be supported by ICT applications. He/She will also support in testing and implementation of changes. </li></ul><ul><li>The Technical Application Manager is responsible for the availability and performance of the ICT systems </li></ul>
  30. 30. Roles plotted on directing model Supply CIO Customer/ Demand Delivery of services Incident management Measurement en analysis Opera - tional meeting Tactical meeting - Change process Innovation Request for change of Product or service Request for New product or service complaints within SLA Management of complaints Results customer satisfactionsurvey Monitoring KPI’s complaints outside SLA Improvement services / solve incidents Reports Structural problems Proposal for impovement supplier Proposal for renewal supplier Proposal for improvement Proposal for renewal Governance Service portfolio mgt Architecture mgt Procurement & tender Strategy & coorporation Monitoring KPI’s Proposal for renewal reports S t r a t e g i c T a c t i c O p e r a t i o n a l Stra tegical meeting Project monitoring control & Monitoring KPI’s Proposal for improvement complaints Service & incidents ICT consultant Information analist Business architect Functional application mgt Application mgr Purchaser Contract manager Superuser Projectmanager Informationmanager Information architect Project and change coordinator Director(CIO) Demand manager
  31. 31. At the end… <ul><li>Setting up a directing organisation (the new ICT organisation) is a radical change….use the change colours </li></ul><ul><li>Filling in the roles is changing competences and changing people </li></ul><ul><li>A clear process model will help to implement the directing activities </li></ul><ul><li>Always use the three models; 9 grid, Kraljic and CMMi </li></ul>
  32. 32. Done….questions?
  33. 33. All rights reserved. No part of this presentation may be reproduced or published in any form or by any means without the prior written permission of Twynstra Gudde. Frank Willems [email_address] www.twynstragudde.nl

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