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8 disciplines of Enterprise Modernizartion

  1. 1. Eight Disciplines of Enterprise Modernization Dr. Mohan K. Bavirisetty Leadership Semantics Modern Renaissance Corporation
  2. 2. Enticement-Announcement In the spirit of Open Innovation and Social Discourse,● Every one who attended this talk gets collateral.● Every one who participated gets more resources.● Best prize goes to the one who asked the most original and intriguing question.
  3. 3. Agenda● Maturity Model● Innovation Imperative● 8 Disciplines – Total Service Orientation – Innate Entrepreneurship – Business Ecology – On Demand Enterprise Architecture – Centers of Excellence – Continuous Improvement – Sustainability – Tenacious Leadership
  4. 4. A Maturity Model for Enterprise ModernizationAdaptability Innovation-Driven Enterprise Process-Oriented Enterprise Service-Oriented Enterprise Agile Enterprise Performance Driven Organization Responsiveness Learning Organization
  5. 5. 5 Disciplines of aLearning Organization ● Systems Thinking ● Achieve Personal Mastery ● Shifting Mental Models ● Building a Shared Vision ● Team Learning
  6. 6. What is your Innovation Imperative? ● Innovation is a Business Process. To be effective it should be well modeled, communicated, clearly understood, orchestrated and institutionalized as a core competence into the DNA of the Organization. ● Your imperative whether you are a Leader, Champion, Executor or Catalyst is simply to pave way for and to built Innovation-Driven Enterprise
  7. 7. Total Service Orientation ● Think Purpose ● 5 Most Important Questions * – What is our Mission? – Who is the Customer? – What does the Customer Value? – What were the results? – What is our plan now?* Peter Drucker. The Five Most Important Questions You Will Ever Ask About Your Organization
  8. 8. Innate Entrepreneurship● Enterprise Strategy● Value Engineering● Performance Culture● Innovate Purposefully● Demonstrate Business Value Iteratively
  9. 9. Business Ecology● IT-Business Alignment Determines Success● Enterprise as a Business Ecosystem● Death of Competition● Stress Border-less Collaboration● Develop Coalitions and Pertnerships
  10. 10. On Demand Enterprise Architecture● Task of the Enterprise Architect is to build a platform of Innovation.● Focus at the intersection of Strategy, Business and Technology● Technology is just an enabler (at best!)● Develop Enterprise Ontology● Derive Frameworks and Building Blocks● Enterprise Architecture should be instantiated to be impactful and refined continuously to be vital
  11. 11. Zachman Example
  12. 12. Continuous Improvement● Emphasize both formal and informal● Change Management● Infrastructure Modernization● Learning and Competency● Professional Development● Develop Mentoring programs● Use Lean to reduce waste● Use Six Sigma for Quality Control● Employ Web 2.0 and 3.0 for KM
  13. 13. Centers of Excellence● Innovation Diffusion● Thought Leadership● Competency Development● Just-in-time Advice● Internally focused Consultancy Services● Think Federation as you mature● OCM – Open CoE Method
  14. 14. Sustainability● Link Policy and Delivery (Means are just as important)● Cultivate Champions● Develop Internal Networks● Profit from Greener, Saner and Smarter Initiatives● Be committed to Diversity● Share the learning beyond the boundaries● Infuse CSR into the DNA of the Organization
  15. 15. Tenacious Leadership● Envision Elegant Enterprise● Raise Peoples Awareness● Help People the need for change● Invest resources where needs most● Infuse the Sense of Urgency among Managers● Build Trust and Inspire people to Greater Glory● Stay true and committed to the purpose Twenty First Century belongs to those who can provide the best education, the best infrastructure and the best environment. - Thomas Friedman
  16. 16. Survival Depends on ModernizationIn the new economy, in order to survive, Enterpriseshave to continuously improve, expand and innovate. - Peter Drucker
  17. 17. Suggested Reading● Alexander. Timeless way of Building● Drucker. Innovation and Entrepreneurship● Drucker. Managing for Next Century● Fingar. Extreme Competition: Innovation and the Great 21st Century Business Reformation● MIT Study. Sustainability: The ‘Embracers’ Seize Advantage● Jenine et. al. Enterprise Architecture as a Strategy● Koshafian. Service Oriented Enterprises.● Senge. Fifth Discipline
  18. 18. Additional Reading● Bavirisetty. OCM - The Open CoE Method.● Poulin. Ladder to SoE● Christensen et. al. (2011). Innovative Companies Demand Innovative Leaders● Gaynor. INNOVATION by DESIGN: What It Takes to Keep Your Company on the Cutting Edge● Innovation to the Core● Nunnes. The Holy Grail of Continuous Growth.● Patterns for E-Business, IBM Redbooks
  19. 19. Questions?The most important thing is never stop questioning. - Albert Einstein