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Business models* are central to our methods and techniques so, being business modellers, we have naturally produced the business models that represent our approach Unified Business Change ManagementTM and how to implement it.  These models are now available for use in your business change efforts.

 

 Model

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UBCM This model covers the whole of Unified Business Change Management from a number of inter-related perspectives: the processes, organisational roles, data elements, facilities and applications at a logical level.  Our knowledge regarding the assessment, integration and coordination of business changes is encapsulated in these models.

Services The implementation of UBCM will be a major change in its own right and therefore requires careful planning and execution.  Our services are designed to take you through that change in a series of stages from reviewing, reconciling and integrating the current change portfolio through to fully implementing UBCM.  These models represent the required processes for each of these stages thus helping kick start your change capability improvement efforts.

Phoenix Phoenix House Renovations is an imaginary company.  This model of the Phoenix business contains conceptual and logical work-products across all the perspectives of process, organisation, data, application, location and technology.  We use this model to demonstrate UBCM.  It provides examples of many of the work-products required in a holistic enterprise architecture. 

Simply click on a diagram in the 'More...' column to view more details of the respective model.

 

Technical Details

These models have been documented using Casewise's Corporate Modeler 8e. The notation used in the process flows is from the CSC CatalystSM method as supported by Corporate Modeler.  We would be delighted to discuss the conversion of these models into other formats, tools and notational standards if required. 

 

The true value of these models come from the encapsulated knowledge they contain and not from a specific representational method or toolset.

 

How to Acquire the Models

Simply contact us to discuss how to obtain these models.


* Note - We use the term 'business model' to mean the strategic, architectural and detailed models of a business from a number of perspectives such as process, organisation, data, technology etc (see Scope) rather than the more generally recognised revenue based business models. 


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