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"However beautiful the strategy, you should occasionally look at the results." Winston Churchill Facing the following challenges in the execution of your strategy? - Translating important strategic decisions into actions - Getting a full picture on all strategic initiatives - Tracking progress and synergies on a recurrent basis Deployments Factory has developed a unique value-driven Strategy Execution Office that has been proven successful regardless of the objectives to reach, the industry or the size of the company. We invite you to share our lessons learnt. This conference will be animated by Guido, Head of Simple and Efficient 2015 Program Management within BNP Paribas Fortis and Thibaut, CEO of Deployments Factory acknowledged by the clients for his ability to improve organisational effectiveness and efficiency. Guido Dauchy, Head of Simple & Efficient 2015 Program Management, BNP Paribas Fortis Thibaut De Vylder, CEO Deployments Factory

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  • 1. Trust your information. Every time. Everywhere.Make informed decisions Strategy Deployment services 27/06/2013 @ Brussels Thibaut De Vylder, CEO v.1.1

2. 2 Agenda 2 Introduction & concepts Governance Methodology & support Planning Phase Execution Phase Conclusion 3. 3 Delivering the promised value, a nightmare for Strategy Officers Even brilliant strategies do not always produce the intended outcome. Poor planning or poor execution? 4. 4 Initial question Initial objectives should be ambitious but feasible Close and continuous follow-up will help you identify new opportunities and finally outperform 4 Question: how to reach initial targets and then enable outperformance? 5. 5 Concept : The information virtuous cycle rogram Data Information Governance Organisations generate data (referentials, progress, budgets, orders, invoices, forecasts, meteo...) Decisions impact the organisation Data is controlled & transformed into intelligent Information (KPIs, trends...) Input is available to make informed decisions (faster, better and more reliable) decisions Other sources Organisations use other data to complete theirs Organisation 13 6. 6 3 levers for improvement rogram Data Information Governance Organisation Capture of useful data 3 Restitution of right info, at the right time & in the right format data-driven management 2 Transformation of data into info Other sources 1 4 Driving actions through existing management 14 7. 7 Strategy Deployment phases Phase 0 High Lev. Obj. Phase 1 Industrial Plan 1.0 Phase 2 Industrial Plan 2.0 Phase 3 Execution Updated plan Progress 8. 8 Agenda 8 Introduction & concepts Governance Methodology & support Planning Phase Execution Phase Conclusion 9. 9 2 Types of governance PLANNING EXECUTION Actively steer the drill down of the high level objectives Make sure strategic targets are translated into plans at all levels of the organisation The governance becomes the enabler' of the global target Focus on the delivery of expected benefits. Make sure that plans are updated and delivery of benefits in line with expectations The governance becomes the 'guardian' of the global target We provide the most hands-on & pragmatic services & solutions to ensure that our clients make informed decisions in all phases 10. 10 Agenda 10 Introduction & concepts Governance Methodology & Support Planning Phase Execution Phase Conclusion 11. 11 Part I: Planning phase Phase 3 Execution Updated plan Progress Phase 0 High Lev. Obj. Phase 1 Industrial Plan 1.0 Phase 2 Industrial Plan 2.0 12. 12 Plans Plans are commitments, targets to reach, budgets to respect, scopes to deliver, objectives to reach plans are descriptions of how the situation should be Plans Measurable targets are defined during the planning phase to anticipate any deviation from the initial target. The measures are common to all initiatives and summed up to the highest level Synergies (costs & revenues) FTEs 13. 13 Capture plans at all levels 14. 14 Support Phases 0,1 & 2 High level objectives Plan. Support Phase 0 Phase 1 Industrial Plan 1.0 Industrial Plan 1.0 Support Phase 1 Phase 2 Industrial Plan 2.0 Industrial Plan 2.0 Support Phase 2 1 2 3 Updated plan To governance Phase 0 High Lev. Obj. 15. 15 Part II: Execution phase Updated plan Progress Phase 0 High Lev. Obj. Phase 1 Industrial Plan 1.0 Phase 2 Industrial Plan 2.0 Phase 3 Execution 16. 16 Plans and Actuals Plans are commitments, targets to reach, budgets to respect, scopes to deliver, objectives to reach plans are descriptions of how the situation should be Plans Actuals are measures, results, consumptions, deliverables, metrics Actuals are descriptions of how the situation is Actuals 17. 17 Plans and Actuals Comparing plans & Actuals is the basement for managing Strategic Execution but is almost never done Its about comparing how the situation should be with how the situation actually is a definition for performance Plans Actuals 18. 18 Support Phase 3 : Change Management Actuals Plan CHANGE Constantly update the plan to reflect the latest changes Make sure new versions are still aligned with initial objectives Strategic plan is reviewed on a regular basis and adjusted to reflect the changing organization needs whenever deemed appropriate. 19. 19 Support Phase 3 : Progress Measurement Progress is measured periodically from the begining to the end of the execution. Simple protocol required to have a complete view on the progress 30% 10% 50% Meteo Trend Progress Budget Consumption Milestones Completed Cross declarative information with figures Actuals Plan PROGRESS 20. 20 Different type of progress 21. 21 Support Phase 3 : Performance Measurement Actuals Plan Achievements compared to the plan are measured periodically from the begining to the end of each initiative. 22. 22 Aggregate actuals at all levels 23. 23 KPI performance reporting sample (last period) 24. 2424 KPI performance reporting sample (multi period) 25. 25 Support phase 3 Plan. Actuals Phase 3 Execution Support Phase 3 Other Sources 1 2 3 Change Requests & Progress (t) Updated plan Progress To governance 26. 26 Reporting samples any type any form any support 26 27. 27 Dynamic dashboard samples 27 28. 28 Agenda 28 Introduction & concepts Governance Methodology & Support Planning Phase Execution Phase Conclusion 29. 29 Where is your organization? 2 9 Domain Program Project Milestones 9 1.000 2.000 12.000 Budget 2 Billion Domain Project Milestones 8 17 100 Budget 300K 30. 30 What we commit to Transparency on the information you need to make decisions Simplicity on the communication, detailed visions being left to the project management Agility and robustness with our Strategy Deployments methods and tools Value delivery leading to outperform initial objectives 3 0 31. 31 Questions? Contact person Thibaut De Vylder CEO Deployments Factory tdv@depfac.com Deployments Factory SA Rue Guillaume Stocqstraat 79 1050 Brussels - Belgium +32 2 290 63 90 tel +32 2 290 63 99 fax www.deploymentsfactory.com info@depfac.com Twitter: @depfac More Information? 32. 32 Backup slides 33. 33 Strategy Execution Suite why? User friendly and easy collection of useful projet and program data Capture of any additional internal and or external data required for reporting purpose Capacity to turn any type of data into any type of information, regardless of its source or format Governance bodies need to receive fresh, acurate, high quality information on a timely manner Supporting actions (capture, extraction, dq, enrichments, reporting, analysis, distribution) need to be planned, executed, controled and exceptions escalated according to a predefined Service Level Agreement T300 GOMS T200 DATAFACTORY T100 PROPILOT 34. 34 Transformation Suite how? T100 collectors Program & Project data collector Targets Actuals Progress (Meteo, Trend, Progress %..) Financial Other sources collectors Structured files ERPs PM tools Semi-structured Unstructured T200 datafactory Extract Transform Enrich Dataquality Predictive analysis Report Static reports Dashboards T300 governance Industrials Analysis Industrial Production Planning Execution Reporting Control Service Management Incidents Problems Changes requests Ad Hoc requests T300 govern T200 datafactory T100 collect T300 GOMS T200 DATAFACTORY T100 PROPILOT 35. 35 Functional Architecture 35 321 36. 36 T100 : DATA COLLECTION Generic Fits to your needs Any levels Any parameters Core functionalities Define stable parameters Change stable parameters Update progress parameters Aggregate levels Easy-to-use user interface Security Technology Full web technology (HTML5) Ipad / Android compliant Use Fit for Transformation, performance, PMO http://testing.depfac.com/propilot 35 37. 37 T200 : GENERIC DATAFACTORY D. RestituteC. TransformA. Capture Structured Extractors Enrichments Data Quality Analysis Distribution B. Store Raw data Measures & KPIs Quality indicators & KQIs Reporting data Unstructured Extractors Reporting - Reports - Dashboards - Triggers & exceptions - Other ERPs, EPMs Proprietary Solution Web & custom tools XLS, CSV, XML Documents, emails, pdf Semi- Structured Extractors Simulations Predictions 37 38. 38 T300 : Governance Management System Production & HelpdeskProjects Back Office GO.M.S. - Governnance Management System Front OfficeProjects