JISC Beyond the Business Intelligence Programme

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Final event of the JISC Business Intelligence Programme with 8 UK Universities discussing their experiences of developing BI capability

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  • Ask participants to write their negative comments about the current processes for recording learner progress (based on their rich pictures and Exercise 4) in the left hand space, positive comments in the right hand space and changes or improvements they want to suggest based on today’s analysis and their own experience in the middle.5 minutes + 5 minute feedbackExplain how any proposed improvements could potentially lead to additional projects and can then be run through the kinds of prioritisation and action planning tools we looked at earlier, or others such as….
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  • JISC Beyond the Business Intelligence Programme

    1. 1. Sustaining Business Intelligence After the programmeMyles DansonSteve BaileyTeresa TocewiczAndy StewartStuart BoltonDavid PriceJoint Information Systems Committee
    2. 2. 10.30 – 10.35 Welcome Introductions and HousekeepingMyles DansonJoint Information Systems Committee
    3. 3. Objectives To reflect on the successes of the programme To consider what challenges remain & explore strategies for dealing with them In particular to consider what the projects and JISC can continue to do outside of the BI project to sustain momentum, both for their individual projects (moving from ‘project’ status to ‘business change’)and for BI as an agenda across the sector
    4. 4. 10.35 – 10.45 The Journey So Far Where have we come from?Myles DansonJoint Information Systems Committee
    5. 5. September 2010
    6. 6. A Call for Projects Total funds of £500,000 are available for demonstrator projects of up to £50,000 each. It is expected that projects will run for eighteen months as this is considered to be the minimum time required to demonstrate measurable change. Projects are considered to be demonstrators in that they will deliver in situ, validated innovations in information/data and process management contributing to more effective BI with the aim of achieving a demonstrably positive effect on strategic decision making and the subsequent achievement of business goals. The demonstrators will inform and inspire other institutions to apply similar innovations for this purpose. The demonstrator projects will also deliver a concise case study report to a common template agreed with the JISC infoNet support projects Projects should include evidence of the current maturity level in the chosen data subject categories, predict the final maturity level to be achieved and, throughout the project, benchmark against the following JISC infoNet BI Maturity conceptual framework levels Both internal and external data sources should be identified and a rational for inclusion provided
    7. 7. Maturity Level Quiz Prizes for each maturity level identified 1 - 6
    8. 8. Maturity Level Quiz
    9. 9. Commenting on the 6 BI implementation issues Process improvement System implementation / development Change management Data usage Data definition and management Maturity exemplars
    10. 10. Projects Appointed Bedfordshire – student data Bolton – staff data UCLAN – all data topics Durham – benchmarking UEL – Student Data, Performance Measurement and Management, Finance and Costing, Strategic Planning, Staff Data, Benchmarking and Marketing Glasgow – research Huddersfield – research Liverpool – all data topics Manchester – estates OU – student data Sheffield – student data
    11. 11. Programme Design7/25/2012 | slide 11
    12. 12. Programme Level Outputs Emerge BI InfoKit V1 & Survey Results Briefing papers BI: Monitoring Performance and Planning Improvement Develop BI to improve your strategic planning Analytics Recon; Skills & Practice, Professional practice, Legal and ethical, Teaching and learning, Landscape and Trends, Research management, Institutional Concerns, Analytics anthropology, Analytical tools, infrastructure, service and data providers BI InfoKit V2 and Webinar(s)
    13. 13. Project Outputs Emerge Case Studies Impact Assessment Programme Evaluation Completion Report Financial Report Videos
    14. 14. The day ahead Interactive and participatory Identify successes and problem areas remaining Solve some of the snags Discuss how you might achieve business change Discuss how we all might work together post funding Help JISC to achieve sector level impact
    15. 15. 10.45 – 11.30 H Form Exercise Reflections on the BI ProgrammeSteve BaileyJoint Information Systems Committee
    16. 16. Reflections on the BI Programme In table groups each group to reflect on their experience of participating in the BI programme and to: – identify successes – identify unresolved issues and challenges for your institutions with regards to progressing BI maturity – Suggest potential solutions which may help to overcome issues & challenges, or build upon successes 45 minutes
    17. 17. Exercise 1 – H-FormBI projects ?
    18. 18. 11.30 – 12.00 Break, H Form Review and Vote Vote for preferred solutionsSteve BaileyEach have 6 voting dots.Read the ideas from each group.Allocate:• 3 dots to the idea you think has most potential• 2 dots to the next best idea• 1 dot to your 3rd choiceJoint Information Systems Committee
    19. 19. 12.00 – 12.20 Plenary Discussion Identify main successes and challengesSteve BaileyJoint Information Systems Committee
    20. 20. 12.20 – 13.00 Exercise 2 Refining solutionsSteve BaileyJoint Information Systems Committee
    21. 21. Refining Solutions Each group to be allocated one of the most popular potential solutions to consider in more detail. In particular to define: – What a solution might look like – Who could help progress it – How it might be progressed – What role JISC might best play (not just grant allocation!...) – What success might look like Feel free to suggest more than one ‘route’ if you like 40 minutes
    22. 22. Exercise 2 – Refining solutionsOptions What Who How JISC’s role Measures of successOption 1Option 2etc…
    23. 23. 14.15 – 15.15 What next for JISC and BI?Myles DansonSteve BaileyJoint Information Systems Committee
    24. 24. JISC EA Road to Value Explorer: researching, investigating EA, identifying potential change projects, developing a case Adopter: planning, orienting, engaging with colleagues, designing a live project Implementer: initial project under way, with training and support Achiever: First results, impact and value evident - may be hard to quantify at this stage Practitioner: EA is an established professional approach for strategic change and development
    25. 25. JISC Emerging Practices Initiative Identifies related artifacts Builds a curriculum Offers a range of delivery methods
    26. 26. Emerging Practices Initiative For BI Group discussions (20 minutes) What might a JEPI curriculum for BI look like? Which of the following delivery modes would be suitable? – Webinars – Action learning sets – Face to face events and workshops – Online discussions – Blogs – Social networks Who should we be targeting: both institutional staff and national representative associations?
    27. 27. Moving from Project to Business Change JISC Strategic ICT Toolkit http://www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk/strategy/ict/ – organisations that deploy techniques to achieve stronger engagement with the strategic technology agenda are substantially more successful in delivering against their corporate goals 7/25/2012 | slide 27
    28. 28. SICT Diagram7/25/2012 | slide 28
    29. 29. UCLAN Diagram7/25/2012 | slide 29
    30. 30. What Next JISC to consider building a EPI for a BI SICT Enabler EPI for BI providing mechanism for projects to continue BI work Projects to consider SICT with Senior Managers SICT to demonstrate your strengths in BI and help with business change SICT to demonstrate JISC opportunities elsewhere 7/25/2012 | slide 30
    31. 31. 15.00 – 15.15 Plenary and FeedbackMyles DansonSteve BaileyStuart BoltonDavid PriceJoint Information Systems Committee
    32. 32. Plenary Discussion, Evaluation and Close How did we do? Objectives – To reflect on the successes of the programme – To consider what challenges remain & explore strategies for dealing with them – In particular to consider what the projects and JISC can continue to do outside of the BI project to sustain momentum, both for their individual projects (moving from ‘project’ status to ‘business change’)and for BI as an agenda across the sector Event evaluation form
    33. 33. Thank You!Wishing you all a safe journey home and a successfulembedding of your project work so far!Joint Information Systems Committee
    34. 34. © HEFCE 2012The Higher Education Funding Council for England,on behalf of JISC, permits reuse of this presentationand its contents under the terms of the Creative CommonsAttribution-Non-Commercial-No Derivative Works 2.0 UKEngland & Wales Licence.http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/uk

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