Slow BI and the BIG Method Part 2

September 1, 2009
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Continuing on from my last post introducing the BIG Method of Slow BI, here are the major steps and also the amount of effort I would usually expects each step to take (expressed as a percent of the total budget):

    Step Expected % Effort

    01 Initiate 5

    02 Definitio                                          10

    03 Rapid Response                             10 – 20

    04 Plan 10 – 15

    05 Analysis and Design 30 – 40

    06 Develop                                          20 – 30

    07 Implement 10 – 20

  

Continuing on from my last post introducing the BIG Method of Slow BI,
here are the major steps and also the amount of effort I would usually
expects each step to take (expressed as a percent of the total budget):

    Step Expected % Effort

    01 Initiate 5

    02 Definitio                                          10

    03 Rapid Response                             10 – 20

    04 Plan 10 – 15

    05 Analysis and Design 30 – 40

    06 Develop                                          20 – 30

    07 Implement 10 – 20

    08 Benefit Realisation and Review 5

So under Slow BI, you expend a minimum of 65% of your
budget before you start the strategic development. You can still
implement and deliver value to your stakeholders prior to this. This
will be the subject of my next post.

What are the main activities and deliverables of steps 01 and 02?

01 Initiate

01.1 Business Case

01.1.1 Project Initiation Document

01.2 Corporate Performance Management Vision

01.3 Information Management Vision

01.9 Definition Stage Gate

02 Definition

02.1 Governance

02.1.1 Business Governance

02.1.2 Technical Governance

02.2 Change Management and Communication
        Strategy

02.3 Analytic Strategy

02.4 Information Management Strategy

02.5 Detailed Business Requirements

02.5.1 Data Definitions/Owners/Profiles

02.5.2 Data Prioritisation

02.5.3 Performance Measure
           Definitions

02.5.4 Business Process Matrix

02.6 Performance Management Framework

02.6.1 Corporate Performance KPIs

02.6.2 BI Performance KPIs

02.6.3 Stage Gate Success Criteria

02.7 Information Management Framework

02.7.1 Information Management
           Architecture

02.7.2 Information Management and
           Enterprise Architecture

02.8 Knowledge Repository Solution

02.9 Rapid Response and Plan Stage Gate.

Next post: Step 03 Rapid Response.

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