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the practical management of an outsourcing relationship February, 2012
Clients do not apply sufficient resource to the management of the relationship ‘Human factors’ are often overlooked ‘The Urgent Takes Priority Over the Important’: –Focus tends to be on what is going wrong –An atmosphere of negativity develops –Inadequate time is spent on improving service levels and developing strategy –Client-Vendor relationships deteriorate Issues in ‘Contract Governance’ © The Pitt Crew Pty Limited 2012 Administer the Contract….. Manage the Relationship!
‘Contract Governance’ Dimensions © The Pitt Crew Pty Limited 2012 Plan Monitor & Control Manage the Relationship Service Delivery Strategic Management Service Improvement Technology & Services Time Horizon Core Processes Support Processes Administer the Contract
Behavioral –Change Management –Customer Service Orientation –Influencing Others –Information Seeking –Strategic Thinking –‘Partnering’ Technical –Business Requirements Analysis –Service Performance Analysis –Project Management –IS Knowledge Business –Business Function Knowledge –Client Satisfaction Metrics Knowledge –Negotiation –Risk Management –Strategic Business Planning Client’s Governance Organisation Source: Gartner Competencies Required © The Pitt Crew Pty Limited 2012
Managing Service Levels Focus your measurements on the important issues - What is it we are looking to buy? Measure the outputs (leaving the inputs to the experts – the vendor) Beware averaging - some is warranted, but it can dilute focus on what counts. Monitoring too many targets may distract attention from future improvement initiatives. Reward over-performance only where real business benefits result. Rebates are designed to promote future performance excellence, not to punish past poor performance. Even with the balance of bonuses, rebating tends to be confrontational. © The Pitt Crew Pty Limited 2012
Rewards & Rebates Target Minimum Acceptable Stretch Rebates due Bonuses due © The Pitt Crew Pty Limited 2012 What gets measured properly, and rewarded appropriately, delivers the business outputs you aspire to!
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