Unformatted text preview: CPI phases and their benefits to a successful transformation program
Effect on the Transformation Program
Define Business Drivers
Identifies business drivers and reason(s) for change early in the program. the foundati
Identifies program champions and develops
Architect & Align
Align Transformation program goals with early alignment of the CPI initiative with the exis
Ensures the organization’s business strategy.
Identifies the key business drivers, organizationalof initiating performance measures. w
Reduces the risk goals and Transformation programs
Current State Understanding
Provides a clear map of the existing processes and identifies potential areas for improve
Identifies root causes and reasons behind process bottle
Future State Design
Defines the renewed processes Confirms the Business Case and develops the foundatioe
and identifies required organizational assets needed to
Road Map Development
Defines in detail the Future State Implementation Road Map such as critical milestones a
Reduces program management risks and identifies requ
Delivers the early and ongoing benefits of the Transformation program
Delivers business objectives and secures the organizatio
Initiate the required processes to improve, monitor and control the new and renewed pro
Institutionalize steps and procedures needed to continuo and develops the foundation for organizational buy-in.
e CPI initiative with the existing organizational strategy, and capabilities.
ransformation programs without clearly defined performance measures .
sons behind process bottlenecks early and the key features of future state processes.
and develops the foundation for developing the Implementation Road Map.
nt risks and identifies required steps to accomplish key milestones.
nd secures the organizational buy-in.
edures needed to continuously improve the renewed processes. ...
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This note was uploaded on 06/12/2011 for the course ETHICS mba taught by Professor Wilkes during the Spring '05 term at University of Phoenix.
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