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1 PaceSetter in HMRC Visual Management in Procurement Stakeholder Boot Camp Guidance V2.0 Business Need Identification Stage 1 in the Restricted and Open Procedures

2 Stakeholder Boot Camp 1.Introduction 1.1Background / Overview 1.2 Purpose, Objectives and Deliverables 1.3Stakeholders/Users 2.Boot Camp Set Up 2.1Main Room: a. A Standard Template Layout b. A Standard Room Layout Content UNCLASSIFIED 3.Standard Templates 3.1Boot Camp Etiquette 3.2Customer Needs Statement 3.3Agenda Tracker 3.4House of Quality 3.53Cs 3.6Question Log 3.7Project Timeline

3 PaceSetter in HMRC 1. Introduction UNCLASSIFIED

4 Stakeholder Boot Camp Visual Management Visual Management is used in a Lean environment to make the status and performance of a work area immediately obvious, both to those working in the process, and to those managing the process. The test of good Visual Management is that a visitor to the work area should be able to pick up the progress and issues in the work area, without having to ask. This is the Visual Management pack for the Stakeholder Boot Camp to aid the team in successfully managing the day. It is intended to give you guidance and recommendations on how to set up the room and a set of Visual Management templates that can be used to facilitate the day. Stakeholder Boot Camp A stakeholder boot camp should be held during the business need identification phase of the project, prior to the industry boot camp and where the project has multiple stakeholders with varying requirements. It is intended as a one day event designed to achieve a full understanding of what is required by each stakeholder to assist in developing the requirement before going to market. You will require a venue large enough to host all participants including the project team. Related documents SOP 1.1 Analyse business need Standard Template Library 1.1 Background / Overview UNCLASSIFIED

5 Stakeholder Boot Camp To ensure identification & clear articulation of the business need. 1.2 Purpose, Objectives and Deliverables Revised and agreed outcome-based set of requirements Agreed next steps including market engagement via an industry boot camp Joint understanding of the procurement timetable Purpose Objectives Deliverables To discuss and agree the business outcomes required To eliminate the need for repeated circulation of draft documents To reduce the time taken to reach an agreed statement of need

6 Stakeholder Boot Camp 1.3 Potential Users Stakeholder Boot Camp Owner: Project Lead Procurement Team Legal / Finance Team Contract Manager Project SRO (or delegate) Stakeholders (Business Subject Matter Experts) Policy / Requirement Owners

7 PaceSetter in HMRC 2. Stakeholder Boot Camp A standard set up UNCLASSIFIED

8 Stakeholder Boot Camp 2.1a A Standard Template Layout InputsOutputs Processes Building Map & Any Domestics A3 Customer Need Statement A3 Standard Template #7 3Cs A3 Standard Template #1 Agenda Tracker A3 Standard Template #3 Question Log A3 Standard Template #18 Boot camp etiquette A3 Standard Template #4 House of Quality A3 Standard Template #12 Project timeline A3 Standard Template #16

9 Stakeholder Boot Camp 2.2b A Standard Room Layout UNCLASSIFIED

10 PaceSetter in HMRC UNCLASSIFIED 3. Standard Template Guidance A set of standard templates has been developed to help facilitate a stakeholder event. It is recommended that you use some of these or similar to help manage the day and capture your predefined objectives. This guidance has been designed to enable the user to attain a good understanding of how to use, populate and display the visual management templates, as well as their benefits, how frequently they could be reviewed and updated and who might be responsible for the data.

11 Stakeholder Boot Camp 3.1 Boot Camp Etiquette UNCLASSIFIED Benefits Setting ground rules can be a key component of the facilitation process. They can help ensure everyone understands the various roles being employed and the responsibilities accorded to each. Ground rules can also help define the role of the person in charge of the meeting e.g. The facilitator. How to use Prior to the event agree the rules with the facilitator (see example opposite). Print and display in the main room Run through each rule at the beginning of the boot camp as part of the welcome/briefing Owner Facilitator Audience Stakeholders Frequency of review At the beginning of the day Throughout the day if required Users Project lead Project team

12 Stakeholder Boot Camp Benefits Having the customer needs statement (business outcome as currently understood) on display will help stakeholders to focus on the outcome of the procurement. The facilitator can come back to it throughout the day to make sure agreed requirements will deliver the “needs statement.” How to use Either print out on A3 or larger the customer needs statement that was sent round prior to the boot camp or Draw the template on flip chart paper and write in the date and needs statement. Revisit throughout the day and at the end of the day to make sure that the needs statement and requirements agreed are aligned. 1.Today's date 2.Statement of business needs in outcome terms 3.2 Customer Needs Statement UNCLASSIFIED 1 Owner Project Lead & Facilitator Users Project lead Project team Audience Stakeholders 2 Frequency of review Throughout the Boot camp as required Before close of the day

13 Stakeholder Boot Camp 3.3 Agenda Tracker UNCLASSIFIED Benefits of use To have the agenda on display for everyone to see. To keep the timetable for the day on track and ensure all predefined objectives for the day have been met. How to use Populate each field as follows and print for display in the main room : 1. Input the lead for each activity (see point 2) 2. Input each agenda item 3. Shade in the allotted time period 4. At regular intervals throughout the day mark whether each activity has been achieved or not 5. If an activity has not been achieved or there is slippage from the expected timings note these in the final column with any further actions required Owner 2.Activity/Purpose 3.Time 4.Achieved (Y/N) 5.Recovery action if required Owner Project Lead & facilitator Users Project team Audience Stakeholders Frequency of review During each break throughout the day

14 Stakeholder Boot Camp 3.4 House of Quality UNCLASSIFIED Benefits Stakeholders can see their own input and the input of other stakeholders easily. All stakeholders are clear at the end of the boot camp what has been agreed. Helps to avoid expression of requirements differently where in fact they are the same. How to use Populate field 1 with the stakeholders present, e.g. Department name, business area name, individual or role. Display in the main room. Get stakeholders to explain their requirements & capture these on post it notes. Group them where there is commonality & agree a combined statement. Get stakeholders to prioritise their requirements. The Facilitator can take a judgement as to whether the stakeholders assign themselves a priority or whether this is done outside the meeting. This priority is inserted in field 2.

15 Stakeholder Boot Camp 3.4 House of Quality Continued UNCLASSIFIED a 9 How to use continued Areas should be populated as follows 1.Identify the Stakeholder/Department. 2.If you have decided to assign a priority to each stakeholder in the workshop insert it here, if not assign the priority outside the meeting. 3.Requirements captured on post it notes. 4.Priority of requirements agreed by stakeholders Will be completed outside of the boot camp see following slide. Frequency of review Throughout the boot camp as the main focus of agreeing the requirements. Completed outside the boot camp. Owner Facilitator & Project Lead Users Project team Audience Stakeholders

16 Stakeholder Boot Camp 3.4 House of Quality Continued UNCLASSIFIED a 9 How to use continued 5.The individual stakeholder priority (2) is multiplied by the requirement priority (4) to give the overall priority (5). 6.Identify existing measures. 7.Evaluate the strength of the relationship between each requirement and the measures that currently exist using strong, moderate, weak or none see 6a. 8.For high priority requirements, identify the gaps in existing measures and design new measures that have a strong relationships with priority requirements. 9.In the “roof” of the House of Quality, indicate conflicting measures with a “-” sign and measures that improve together with a “+”. For conflicting measures, discuss the way forward and any compromises that have to be made, with the your stakeholders.

17 Stakeholder Boot Camp 3.5 3Cs UNCLASSIFIED Benefits To capture issues and concerns throughout the day particularly if they cannot be resolved instantly. To provide assurance to stakeholders that concerns are being captured and will be addressed while allowing the day to continue without impacting too much on the timetable. How to use Print a blank version, display in the main room and complete as required: Owner Project Lead Frequency of review Throughout the Boot camp Users Project team Audience Stakeholders 1. Insert the date that the concern was raised 2.Highlight the concern 3.Include the cause for the concern 4.Highlight the countermeasure for the concern 5.Who is responsible 6.Date for review 7.Status of the concern

18 Stakeholder Boot Camp 3.6 Question Log UNCLASSIFIED Benefits To capture and record questions that cannot be answered instantly to ensure that answers are either generated during the day and fed back or are fed back to stakeholders after the boot camp. How to use Either print out the blank template from the library on A3 or Draw on flip chart paper and display in the main room 1.Write up each questions as its raised 2.List who raised the question and add the date (stakeholder/department) 3. Write up any response given Owner Project Lead Frequency of review As questions are raised, at the end of the day & then post event Users Project team Audience Stakeholders List follow up action required, if any 5.Specify Open or closed status

19 Stakeholder Boot Camp Benefits If there is an intended timeline this template will ensure all stakeholders are clear about the proposed timescales and can see the proposed key milestones. How to use Populate prior to the day and display in the main room. Revisit as required throughout the day and draw attention to it before close of the boot camp. 1.Populate with key milestones (PIN, Industry bootcamp, OJEU) 2.Grey out the relevant dates for each milestone 3.Identify the owner and review date for each milestone 4.Include any additional comments for each milestone 5.Highlight the status (Late, Not yet started, Planned, In progress, Complete) 3.7 Project Timeline UNCLASSIFIED Owner Project Lead Users Project Team Audience Stakeholders Frequency of review At the end of the day before boot camp close


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