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Speed Creation IREB

  1. 1. Matthias Pohle Sven Krause Matthias.Pohle@swisscom.com Sven.Krause@zuehlke.com Follow on twitter: http://www.twitter.com/speedcreation Exchange knowledge in the blog: http://www.facebook.com/speedcreation
  2. 2.  Initial Situation  Collaboration model  Speed-Creation Process  Lessons learned & key success factors © ISAC 2
  3. 3. In today`s time knowledge is spread. Project members come from different locations and different fields of work. Also people often work on several projects simultaniously and have only few time for every project. A lot of time is wasted due to travel and familiarisation. This leads to an efficiency loss and longer project development cycles. Workshops need to be repeated and Project members get replaced. At the end Project the project hauls 5-7 month for the business requirements instead of the planned 2. © ISAC 3
  4. 4. That sounds like a good project idea. Customer will like the new product for sure. But what does Degree of fullfiment he want from us? What are his detailed requirements Heureka! I got a regarding the sub-project I`m rough idea, anlyzed working in? the customers needs and set goals for my 100 % project! ? ? ?! ? ?? ?! 80 % ? ? ? ?! ? ?? ?! Sub Project Technology ? ? ?! ? ?? ?! Sub Project Processes ? ? ?! ? ?? ?! Idea Champion Sub Project IT 5% Sub Project Goto Market © ISAC 4
  5. 5. In a small group we set the Due to the preliminary work fundamentals and describe the during speed creation we now idea more detailed. Therewith Degree of fullfiment know what the project is all it`s easier for the procet team about. We understood where to understand the idea and Heureka! I got a we have to focus on in our work on the detailed rough idea, anlyzed sub projects. specifications the customers needs and set goals for my 100 % project!  80 %  Sub Project Technology Speed Creation Speed Creation Sub Project Processes   Idea Champion Sub Project IT 5% Sub Project Goto Market © ISAC 5
  6. 6. Day 1   Project introduction - Pitch & Feedback Workshop I (Initial Situation & Customer Needs)  Workshop II (Goals & Scope)  Workshop III (Cap on expenses, Target group & Barriers, SWOT)  Jury presentation & Feedback Workshop IV (commercial offering, pricing) Day 2   Workshop V (Use-Case Overview)  Workshop VI (Use-Case table specifications )  Management jury & Feedback Day 3   Workshop VII (General Requirements I / OF) Workhsop VIII (Generell Requirements II / AB)  Final presentation  Speed Coach Feedback & next steps © ISAC 6
  7. 7.  During the Speed Creation works a small team agile  To assure the quality the team will guarantee daily by the jury © ISAC 7
  8. 8. WIN We speed up projects WIN We create a commen understanding and conserve it into the documentation WIN We ease feasibility und fasten the implementation WIN We cultivate cross organisational teambuilding © ISAC 8
  9. 9. 1. Expectation Management 2. Customized Speed-Creations 3. Concentrated work without distraction 4. Feedback from the juries 5. Multidisciplinary speed creation team 6. The Product Managers responsibility for the BC-BRS © ISAC 9
  10. 10. Follow on twitter: http://www.twitter.com/speedcreation Exchange knowledge in the blog: http://www.facebook.com/speedcreation © ISAC 10
  11. 11. Sven Krause Zuehlke Management Consultants AG Wiesenstrasse 10a, CH- 8952 Schlieren +41 79 597 52 89 - sven.krause@zuehlke.com https://www.xing.com/profile/Sven_Krause2 «Scientists tell us that the fastest animal on earth – with a top speed of 120 feet per second – is a cow that has been dropped out of a helicopter» (Dave Barry) © ISAC 11
  12. 12. Die Land-Scape zum Werkzeugkasten ist komplex. Wir haben viele verschiedene Analysen und Methoden. Oft gibt es Redundanzen zwischen einzelnen Tools & Templates. Der Werkzeugkasten ist akademisch wertvoll, aber zu kompliziert für die effiziente Anwendung in einem Wirtschaftsunternehmen. Für die Speed-Creation-Session wurde die Land-Scape daher konsolidiert. Ergebnis ist das neue Template des BC-BRS (inkl. einem Kapitel Projektauftrag). Hier werden die 15 Workshop-Module der Speed-Creation- Session dokumentiert. © ISAC 12
  13. 13. © ISAC 13
  14. 14. Tipps:  Highlevel Use-Cases sind die der Kundenerlebniskette (Produkt bestellen, etc….  Identifikation der Use-Cases zweiter Detaillierungsebene mit offenem Brainstorming  Ausgestaltung der Use-Cases via Spezifikationstabelle (Tabellenstruktur dient einem zielgerichteten Brainstorming  Use-Cases immer rein aus Kundeninteraktionssicht mit der Firma ls Blackbox beschreiben (eventuell Kundeninteraktionsguidance zu Hilfe nehmen) © ISAC 14

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