Our content experts have developed a comprehensive IT best practices encapsulated standard software development value-stream template.
For those projects that are not suitable for Agile, we have also developed a standard (waterfall) software development life cycle (SDLC) value stream document. This is a more sequential process that includes a series of steps (phases) that determine the business requirements and design, build, and deliver a working software solution to satisfy customer need in terms of utility and warranty.
Value stream includes contributions (most valuable activities) from multiple processes, including activities, skills and competencies, information and automation, tools needed and the required supplier and partner relationships.
The standard software development value stream includes the most valuable activities from processes such as business analysis, solution architecture, design, testing, change enablement, release and deployment management, etc.
All our value stream documents are easy to customize and contain the seventeen sections essential for any value-stream documentation.
READY-MADE AND READY-TO-USE:
Don’t have the skills, time or funding to hire consultants to build value-stream documents?
Our ready-made and ready-to-use value stream documents contains the end-to-end journeys with all activities/steps needed to respond to a demand, in order to co-create value with the consumer.
Each value stream document includes activities from multiple practices / processes, including the skills and competencies, information and automation, tools needed and the required supplier and partner relationships.
COMPREHENSIVE AND COMPLETE:
Each value stream document encapsulates the four dimensions including organizations and people, value streams and processes, information and technology and partner and suppliers.
The value stream document is easy to customize and contains all the sections essential for any value stream documentation.
- Document History
- Purpose and Scope
- Business Value
- Reference Documents
- Definitions and Abbreviations
- Input & Output
- Roles and Responsibilities
- Key Performance Indicators (KPI)
- Critical Success Factors
- Automation / Tool Capabilities (New)
- Key Information Objects (New)
- Interfaces (New)
- Suppliers and Partners (New)
- Value Stream Flow Chart
- Value Stream Description
Don’t know the steps involved, resources required or the critical success factors needed for your value stream implementation?
The value stream document will serve as an implementation guide. The value stream document contains all information that are key for any IT process implementation.
Don’t know what tools are required to automate your value stream, and don’t have the time or resources to figure it out?
You don’t have to spend valuable time researching the Internet or calling vendors. The information and tooling required for your value stream is described in the document and the value-stream map diagram.
ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Our value-stream document contains a comprehensive list of best-practices based roles and responsibilities needed to create high quality products and services and to deliver value to customers.
The value-stream documents contains activities based on IT best practices/processes. To customize the documents to fit your own unique environment, simply add or remove what you want. The documents are sufficiently flexible to fit an organization of any size.
The documents are created using commonly available Microsoft Word and Microsoft Visio applications.
Not familiar with the current value-streams and processes in your IT organization and/or don’t have the time to prepare a gap analysis or audit check list from the beginning?
The value streams can be used as a line by-line guide to identify the gap between your current practices and IT best practices.
CONCISE, SIMPLE AND PRACTICAL:
How many times have you seen an IT value-stream, process or IT procedure document that failed to attract any interest?
Our content experts have worked hard to come up with a value stream document that is concise, simple and practical. Each value-stream is documented in a short double-columned document guaranteed to keep people reading; they won’t end up collecting dust on a shelf.