Requirement specification (Method (mind map,, rich picture ,, three…
step 14 overall
Aims: The aim of step 14 is to identify components needed for a potential transformation and organisational change.
Objective:The objective of step 14 is to be able to apply and implement soft system thinking for potential transformation and organisational change
Purpose:The purpose of step 14 is to help manage transformation process and potential of change.
aim:The aim of step 14a is to identify the problems and identify how to avoid those problems as well as identify activities that could be done during the implementation of a designed system.
purpose:the purpose of step 14a is to help get an overview of potential problems and activities that may take place when trying to implement a designed system.
Objective:The objective of step14a is to be able to use the identified approach of implementing a designed system to address the issues if a designed system was to be implemented.
Brainstorm all existing activities
Brainstorm all possible problems that may be encountered during the implementation stage of a designed system needs to be thought about and noted.
The problems need to be categorised into different factors e.g. people factors, system factors, political factors.
All the problems noted should include ways in which they can be avoided.
List down activities which needs to be coordinated during the implementation stage
Identify the potential problems which may be encountered when coordinating activities and how it could be avoided.
List of activities which needs to be coordinated needs to be categorised into designed area, between it and other areas.
The type of training for the implementation needs to be considered
The method in which the training is carried out needs to be considered as well as how the knowledge is shared
Identify problems which may be encountered during implementation of the training and how they could be avoided.
aim:The aim of step 14b is to identify potential changes of practises and activities to recognize the benefits.
purpose:The purpose of step 14b is get an overview of the potential change of activities and practises to identify what type of benefit it may bring.
objective: The objective of step 14b is to be able to potentially implement the changes identified to fulfil or gain those benefits.
Brainstorm existing system gathering human activities
brainstorm problem situation of how new things can be done, how things can be done better and things that needs to stop.
How would you be able to identify and recognise financial benefit.
How would you be able to identify and recognise quantifiable benefit
How would you be able to identify and recognise measurable benefit.
How would you be able to identify and recognise observable benefit.
aim:The aim of step 14c is to identify how you would plan for a benefit management plan.
purpose :The purpose of step 14c is to have a well planned and prepared benefit management plan for if those benefits were to take place in the real world.
objective:The objective of step 14 c is to be able to use the planned benefit management plan as a guide for if those benefits were to be established, managing the benefits in real world situations.
Brainstorm ways which you would plan to establish and organised the benefit plan.
outline the activities that would be necessary for achieving the planned benefits, identify and manage things that needs to happen or be in place i.e time and resources.
Brainstorm and identify how to execute the benefit plan
Post executing the benefit plan, brainstorm how to review and evaluate the results
Brainstorm how benefits can be applied for future IT and service organisation project
rich picture ,
three level thinking(PQR)
formal system model
Stage 1 consists of focusing and identifying potential problems and identifying things that needs to happen if a designed system was to be implemented.
Stage 3 focuses on creating a benefit management plan ensuring that if those benefits were to happen in the real world, it helps to prepare and manage those benefits.
Stage 4 focuses on the future prospect of applying benefit management plan
Stages 2 focuses more on existing activities that takes place, identifying how they potentially could be changed and identifying benefits from those changes.