Time-team: Working collaboratively to successfully deliver a PAS implementation in 9 months Presentation to HC2013 Mike Smeeton & Jan Richards. Presentation Objectives.
to successfully deliver a PAS
implementation in 9 months
Presentation to HC2013
Mike Smeeton & Jan Richards
KGH provides a wide range of services to about 390,000 people in North Northamptonshire and South Leicestershire.
Delivering the project to agreed timescales meant over-coming challenges typical to most Trusts:
A number of elements need to be considered:
Scope Defined & Managed
- replacing like-for-like initially to support delivery of a future roadmap
- team in place for project launch
- where has slippage occurred previously and why?
- joint commitment with the Supplier to the 9 month plan
Title: GA2 Design & Build
Timing: End of week 25
Purpose: ensure that a set of localised standard deployment environments are in place to allow the commencement of local reference data capture, data migration activities and to ensure that all third party interfaces and infrastructure are implemented.
Title: GA5 Verification Sign-Off Timing: Week 46
Purpose: ensure all partied agree that the deployment project is complete based upon a pre-defined set of verification criteria have been passed,
Title: GA0 Organisation Readiness
Timing: End of week 4
Purpose: ensure that both the challenges in readiness for deployment and the implementation approach that is going to be take are understood in advance of Project Initiation.
Title: GA1 P.I.D. Sign Off
Timing: End of week 8
Purpose: validate the local deployment, develop the required actions plans and document findings in the P.I.D
Title: GA3 Go-Live ATP
Timing: End of week 38
Purpose: ensure the preparatory activities for cut-over. Incl. extensive training, testing and business change activities are complete and a tested, locally configured Medway solution that supports the Trust’s operations is available prior to handover to Service Management.
Focus on a manageable scope, readiness and previous lessons learned prior to project start-up.
User confidence testing is paramount in ensuring users log-on in their own workplace in a ‘real’ situation prior to go-live.
A successful deployment will: