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DM&E Implementation Leading Practices
Transcript of DM&E Implementation Leading Practices
The Good, The Bad & The Ugly
(...not just project management)
Leaders change, but does the vision?
P, P... then T
Clear value proposition
Honor the donor
Honor the beneficiary
Honor the mission
The art of making decisions and adjudicating conflict
You don't want the "A Team"
Operationalize, Stabilize and sympathize
Start with the MVP(s)
Land and expand
UE, UX & every other "U"
Expect 2-3 iterations
Facing the DM&E Journey
People & Data Governance
What roles would you have on an expedition vs. a project?
Personal commitment & protection
In, of and for the field
#5: Iterate, obliterate & delineate
Business design 1st
Logical design 2nd
Physical design 3rd
Human Dimensions of Change
Start your expedition!
Please ask any questions
Thank you for your time and attention
Develop, Implement and Support a Global DM&E Solution
Adam C. Bricker, President - Newdea Inc.
10+ year DM&E history
70/30 Sponsorship / Relief
~100 countries and ~40,000 staff
~5 prior "IT Project" failures (& CIOs)
set the stage...
#7. The Art of the Long View
#4. Team Balance
#2 Product management
#1: Constant articulation
Team going... but must go
From beneficiary to Boston
Cost allocation handcuffs
Ask patient what ails them
#9. Dedicated Support Team (at base camp)
Special thanks to the incredible World Vision International staff
...and, it's an expedition
...NOT simply a project
no, not corporate alignment (but, that's important too! )
O / A / R is a MUST!
Every team needs an enforcer from within
Constancy of purpose... clarity of vision
Always give yourself an out :)
Simplify (simplify, simplify...)
Standardize (sophistry?), then
Launching: sniper or ballistic missile?
Capacity-building NEVER stops; in fact, it accelerates!
Beyond the Obvious
"That which is done in the field is the ONLY thing that can ONLY be done in the field."
(we asked too much)
(iteratively, not too lofty, innovation at the edge)