Draw Spraysystem mapmultiple case diagrams Stage 2 Objectives and constraints

Draw spraysystem mapmultiple case diagrams stage 2

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: Systems description (where are we now?) Draw: (Spray+system map+multiple case) diagrams Stage 2 : Objectives and constraints (where do we want to go and what might stop us?) Stage 3 : Measures of performance (how will we know when we have got there?) Stage 4 : routes to objectives (How do we get there) Stage 5 : Modeling Stage 6 : Evaluation Stage 7 : Choices of routes Implementation
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VSM Stages: Stage1 : Establishing the organization’s identity and purpose. Develop a statement of what the organization does. Use the Stage2 : TASCOI checks to ensure that the statement is adequate. TASCOI : - T ransformation : what input is converted into what output - A ctors : who is involved in carrying out the activities entailed by the transformation - S uppliers: who are the suppliers of the inputs to the transformation. - C ustomers: who are the once receiving the outputs of the transformation - O wners: who has in the system an overview of its transformation. - I nterveners : who is defining from outside the system the context for the transformation. Stage3: Technological and structural modeling: Produce a model of the primary activity processes and begin the process of identifying recursive levels within the organization. Stage4: Modelling structural level by unfolding the complexity: Use the recursion principle to establish the structural levels within the organization. Separate the primary and regulatory activities and unfold the primary activities (system 1). Stage5: Modelling the distribution of discretion: Use the recursion function table to document the degree to which functions are decentralized or devolved through the organization. This is devolution of autonomy. Stage6: Modelling the organizational structure: Explore in detail how Systems 2,3,4 and 5 operate within the organization. Compare the ideal VSM structure with what actually exists and identify any gaps or inadequacies.
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