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  1. Development of the maps

  2. Drafting Phase Process Mapping Methodology Stage 1: Drafting phase Consult: PP1 Deliverables, Map, Phases and Activity Zones Interview transcripts Literature and ideas Existing Industry Project processes

  3. Drafting Phase Issue for review Process Mapping Methodology Stage 2: Issue for review Review internally among project team Amend Approve

  4. Drafting Phase Issue for review Verified Model phase Process Mapping Methodology Stage 3: Verified Model Phase Partnering University external review Cross Activity Zone interface check Amend Approve

  5. Drafting Phase Issue for review Verified Model phase Validated Model review Process Mapping Methodology Stage 4: Validated Model review Workshop: Present Review Amend I Improve

  6. Final Version Drafting Phase Issue for review Verified Model phase Validated Model review Process Mapping Methodology Stage 5: Final Version Final Review Submit for Publishing

  7. Level 2 Deliverable (red) Level 2 Process (white) Level 1 Level 2 Object connector Level 3 Grouping tool Level 3 Deliverable (yellow) Lexicon Level 3 Process (blue) Fig. 4 Initial sub process map presented at Steering Committee Meeting 23rd March 1999 Process Map Development: March ‘99

  8. New process symbol Single colour level 1 band process symbol New deliverable symbol Dashed grouping tool Simplified Lexicon Fig. 5. FM Sub Process Map Revised June 1999 Process Map Development: June ‘99

  9. Phase start up activity group End of Phase activity group New symbol showing process ownership and activity zone participants Phase risk activity group On-going phase activity group Improved title grid Fig.7 Sub Process map presented to Academic Steering Committee 3rd September 1999 Process Map Development: Sept ‘99

  10. New Title Block Level 1 Deliverables only represented Level 2 Processes decomposed from the level 1 process are grouped Decomposition line Logical Dependency Level 3 Processes decomposed from the level 2 process are grouped Fig. 8 Verified Development Management Map drafted to incorporate the modelling rules developed at the 29th September – 1st October Workshop at Salford University Process Map Development: Oct ‘99

  11. Components of the Maps • Mapping Template • Layout • Colour • Standard Groups • Process representations • Inputs • Outputs (Deliverables) • Mapping Rules • Considerations: • Recognised methodologies • Other process mapping • Layout for logical presentation • Colour for clarity

  12. Mapping Template

  13. Activity Zone(s) which own the process, irrespective of level Participation from other Activity Zones Process Representations

  14. Logical dependency Process Inputs

  15. Process Decomposition: an example

  16. Process Decomposition - DevM view

  17. Process Decomposition - FM view

  18. Process Outputs

  19. Integrated maps

  20. Phase Start-up Group End of Phase Group Mapping Template On-going Phase Group

  21. Maritime Housing Manchester Airport Britannia Walk Teamwork 2001 Castle Vale Christiani Nielsen AMEC Case studies

  22. Process Protocol Toolkit • Process Map Creation Toolkit • Allows users to create and customise their own project process map by using the Process Protocol as a framework • Process Management Toolkit • Project information management system, allowing users to manage the process and project information

  23. Company adoption/ uptake • Clients • British Nuclear Fuels, British Aerospace, BT • Government bodies • CRISP, IAI, CRT • Construction Companies • Taylor Woodrow, Alfred McAlpine, Tarmac, AMEC, Citex, Christiani & Nielsen, WSP Group, John Mowlem, Property Tectonics, Tilbury Douglas, P3 Knowledge Technology, Schal, Pochins • Research projects • Lean Construction Network, Process Network, TOPIC (Training for Performance Improvement for Construction)

  24. Industry adoption/ uptake • CIRIA, DETR and CRT produced ‘Standardisation and Pre-Assembly: Client’s Guide • ‘Standardisation in every aspect of the construction process …has enormous potential. CIRIA and the CRT is leading the initiative to making the benefits and methods of standardisation more widely understood and acknowledged …’ (M Forster, BAA)

  25. Industry adoption/ uptake • Department of Trade and Industry have sponsored the development of a ‘Process Implementation’ training module as part of the Process Protocol implementation project on Britannia Walk

  26. Industry adoption/ uptake • Introduced a new and commercially tested management technique - the Gateway process - to deliver value for money improvements in major construction, IT and PFI projects • Peter Gershon, the Office of Government Commerce’s Chief Executive, 20 February 2001

  27. Process Protocol Toolkit • Process Map Creation Toolkit • Allows users to create and customise their own project process map by using the Process Protocol as a framework • Process Management Toolkit • Project information management system, allowing users to manage the process and project information

  28. Process Map Creation Tool Demonstrator • Objectives • Help to adopt the Process Protocol framework • Customize the Generic Process Protocol Map • Simplify the creation of project process map

  29. Process Map Creation Tool Demonstrator • Standalone Solution

  30. Process Map Creation Tool Demonstrator • Features • Based on the Process Protocol Framework • Incorporated detailed Process Protocol Information • Fully Customisable • Standard data structure • Future Work • Improve usability • Network capability • Integrate into existing Project Management System

  31. Process Information Management Tool • Aim • To manage the project information for construction projects based on the process model • Possible Solution • Further development on existing Internet based project management package

  32. Process Information Management Tool • Architecture Project Information Management Process Modelling Process Protocol Framework Process Change Workflow Engine Project Data