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The challenges of a Connected Ecosystem for PLM

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The challenges of a Connected Ecosystem for PLM

  1. 1. Changing People, Changing Processes and Changing Technology THE CHALLENGES OF A CONNECTED ECOSYSTEM FOR PLM Jos Voskuil www.virtualdutchman.com 2011 PLM the missing link 2012 Making the case for PLM 2013 PLM loves Innovation 2014 PLM is changing 2015 The challenge of PLM upgrades 2016 The PLM identity crisis 2017 Digital Transformation affects PLM 2018 PLM transformation alongside Digitization
  2. 2. Digital Transformationor being Disrupted ? 2008 – now ? 2014 - 2030? where Transformation happens ! Sustainable Source: owlcation.com/stem/Why-Caterpillars-Turn-Into-Butterflies
  3. 3. Digital Transformationor being Disrupted ? more to come …
  4. 4. Digital Transformationor being Disrupted ? Performance demanded at the low end of the market Performance demanded at the high end of the market ProductPerformance Time 1 2 3 4 5
  5. 5. Orstarting from scratch ? Wars have always been a moment of disruption
  6. 6. Orstarting from (almost) scratch? Guided economies “strong leadership” may help too ….
  7. 7. Past Current Started Vision The impressionof evolution Source: Marc Halpern (Gartner PDT Europe 2015)
  8. 8. The impressionof evolution Source: Marc Halpern (Gartner PDT Europe 2015) ? ?
  9. 9. Whatdoes it mean: Coordinated? Providing the right information at the right time in the right context
  10. 10. Whatdoes it mean: Coordinated? Providing the right information at the right time in the right context Requires:  An understanding/agreement what’s needed Most of the time: Delivered in documents
  11. 11. Whatdoes it mean: Coordinated? Providing the right information at the right time in the right context Requires:  Delivered in documents  Activities that drive the delivery of the information Most of the time: Predefined processes
  12. 12. Whatdoes it mean: Coordinated? Providing the right information at the right time in the right context Requires:  Delivered in documents  Predefined processes  Placeholders where the information can be found Most of the time: Folders or BOM structures
  13. 13. Whatdoes it mean: Coordinated? Providing the right information at the right time in the right context Characteristics:  Caters for linear processes  Keeps silos/systems in place Manual/Automated data conversions  Provides measurable results / comparable processes Difficult to implement as it requires horizontal coordination
  14. 14. Whatdoes it mean: Connected ? Providing actual information for anyone connected in any context Microservices APIs Dashboards Apps Closer to customers, Empower employees, and Transform internal business processes Operations
  15. 15. Whatdoes it mean: Connected ? Providing actual information for anyone connected in any context Requires:  Data created by accountable persons To be: Breaking silos – think about consumers of data
  16. 16. Whatdoes it mean: Connected ? Providing actual information for anyone connected in any context Requires:  Breaking silos – think about consumers of data  Other formats than documents / files To be: Using Models & Parameters to share
  17. 17. Whatdoes it mean: Connected ? Providing actual information for anyone connected in any context Requires:  Breaking silos – think about consumers of data  Using Models & Parameters to share  Reliable data uniquely created and shared in open formats To be: Using Master Data Management & Data Governance
  18. 18. Whatdoes it mean: Connected? Providing actual information for anyone connected in any context Characteristics:  Real-time availability Extremely fast  Scalable / flexible  Knowledge / Insights  Automated / Intelligence
  19. 19. Whatdoes it mean: Connected? Providing actual information for anyone connected in any context Characteristics:  Real-time availability Extremely fast  Scalable / flexible  Knowledge / Insights  Automated / Intelligence Source: tibco.com/blog/2014/04/29/making-it-data-discovery-heroes/ Who are going to take this End-to-End challenge ?
  20. 20. Digital Transformation Coordinated and Connected  Evolutionary Path ? Source: Marc Halpern (Gartner PDT Europe 2015)
  21. 21. Coordinated and Connected  Evolutionary Path ? Different Data Different People Different Processes
  22. 22. From Coordinated to Connected: Different Data System of Record Systems of Engagement You will need both ! Service /Operations Service/Operations
  23. 23. From Coordinated to Connected: Different People From “OWNING” To “SHARING” • Owns Knowledge – “my ways of working are the best for me” • A lot of knowledge without context • Waterfall – focus on the job Best fit for hierarchical organizations • Collects knowledge and shares “I know where to find information” • Connect to customer / business • Agile – focus on the next step Best fit for multidisciplinary teams / startups
  24. 24. From Coordinated to Connected: Different Processes Linear Inside Out Documents Push Incremental Outside In Data-driven Pull
  25. 25. Coordinated to Connected: No Migration! No Migration possible ! No Migration affordable ! 2015 Overlay approach is an intermediate stage
  26. 26. Coordinated and Connected  Whyyou need both (2017) Oct 2017 - McKinsey – our insights/toward an integrated technology operating model
  27. 27. Coordinated and Connected  The Need for Both Coordinated business will remain
  28. 28. Coordinated and Connected  The Need for Both Connected business will grow and connect to coordinated where possible
  29. 29. Coordinated and Connected – the Transformation The two modes will both contribute to current and top-line business
  30. 30. Whatdoesa Coordinated-Connected Transition mean forthem?
  31. 31. Connected and Coordinated  Strategy • Get Digital educated • Build the strong vision and story ! • Understand the duality of digital • Measure and adjust
  32. 32. Connected and Coordinated  Strategy  Educate your management: digital transformation is a transition  Understand the incompatibility of data  Transition comes from a 2-speed approach  Think about data quality and model-based approaches (MBSE / MBE)
  33. 33. Connected and Coordinated  Execution  Rip-and-replace does not work anymore  No Migration  Build your solution / portfolio for a coordinated and connected approach  Take openness & standards seriously + Implementers
  34. 34. Connected and Coordinated  Execution  People will not change. They adapt within their ability to change They need a reason (vision/ myth) / engage them  Organizations can run in two modes; People can not !  Invest in continuous education  Use a coaching model for transition
  35. 35. Fourtakeaways  Digital Transformation is a challenge ! Duality in business needs to be understood. Requires strong vision and leadership.  Don’t think a connected enterprise is easy . Learn from your “getting coordinated” journey. Do you have digital skills and a simplified story ?  Understand the incompatibility of current and future data. Reduce the chasm through data quality and model-based initiatives in your coordinated environment.  No Proof of Concepts – Act Spend energy & time in common understanding Start small, measure and scale (fast) or fail (fast)
  36. 36. Jos Voskuil tacit@planet.nl @josvoskuil virtualdutchman.com Questions ? THANK YOU !

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