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01/05/2015 | slide 1 Programme Value Chain Vision, Outcomes & Blueprint Design From o.uk/msp/2007/09/25/pro gramme-value-chain/ o.uk/msp/2007/09/25/pro gramme-value-chain/ Posted in Programme Management September 25th, 2007 by Julian ElveProgramme Management
01/05/2015 | slide 2 Blueprint “The Blueprint defines the structure and composition of the changed organisation that, after delivery, should demonstrate the capabilities expressed in the Vision Statement.” The Office of Government Commerce (OGC)
01/05/2015 | slide 3 Blueprint A Blueprint is likely to contain: –Organisational structure –Business Model of Functions –How decision-making is informed and carried out –Staffing levels, roles and skills –Information systems, tools, equipment and other facilities –Costs –Performance criteria/quality measures
01/05/2015 | slide 4 Programme Design “The approach is outcome driven and uses established development activities as the building blocks of sequenced activity in order to achieve the particular outcomes.” “it can …. reverse engineer existing programme and initiatives in order to better understand them and aid with formative evaluation, steering / re-planning and summative evaluation.” From Programme Design Guidelines 2007
01/05/2015 | slide 5 Development Activities/Project Types OutcomeActivity/Project Types i. Enhanced capacity, knowledge and skills Explore, Prototype, Pilot, Demonstrate, Transform ii. Guidance to the sectorExplore, Pilot, Demonstrate, Study, Synthesise and Disseminate, Transition iii. Strategic leadership to the sector Demonstrate, Transform, Engage and Influence, Study, Synthesise and Disseminate iv. Knowledge and experience to inform Explore, Prototype, Pilot, Engage and Influence, Study, Support, Synthesise and Disseminate, Evaluate and Analyse v. New or enhanced services, infrastructure, standards or applications Create, Transition
01/05/2015 | slide 6 Programme Design A sequence of activities ….
01/05/2015 | slide 7 Programme Design A sequence of activities …. Intermediary outcomes between activities. Parallel or non- linear sequences of activities. Outcome 4 Outcome 1 and/or 4 Outcome 5 Outcome 2
01/05/2015 | slide 8 Programme Design A sequence of activities …. You need intermediary outcomes between activities. Parallel or non- linear sequences of activities. Implementation: WP, time, cost
01/05/2015 | slide 9 Programme Value Chain Vision, Outcomes & Blueprint Design From o.uk/msp/2007/09/25/pro gramme-value-chain/ o.uk/msp/2007/09/25/pro gramme-value-chain/ Posted in Programme Management September 25th, 2007 by Julian ElveProgramme Management
01/05/2015 | slide 10 Programme Design: Theory vs Practice It is possible to have a perfectly written programme that may not deliver in practice! Consider –Can you deliver in the timescale? Turn around between activities? Tendering timescales etc. –What happens if one activity does not deliver? How can your design allow for the is possibility? –Institutional projects and consultants mission drift! –Funding profiles – need to spend £XX Million by end of March.
Stefan’s Diagram 01/05/2015 | slide 11
SURF: Innovation programmes are flanked by initiatives to share and disseminate know-how 01/05/2015 | slide 12
SURF: Four types of project, categorised by the objective and phase of innovation. 01/05/2015 | slide 13