A workshop session plan is a detailed plan that outlines the goals, objectives, activities, materials, and resources needed for a specific workshop or training session. It includes a step-by-step guide for facilitators to follow during the workshop, ensuring that the session runs smoothly and participants achieve the desired outcomes. A well-crafted workshop session plan helps to keep everyone on track, engaged, and focused on the goals of the session. It can also serve as a reference for future workshops and training sessions.
The software factory approach can be applied to delivering Government as a Service (GaaS) web applications by streamlining the development process, automating manual processes and reducing the need for manual coding. Automated development tools and integrated development environments (IDE) can be used to create high-quality web applications that are cost-effective, reliable and securely protected from external threats. The software factory approach can also be used to ensure standardization of code and ensure development teams adhere to best practices. Automated tests and continuous integration can also be used to speed up the deployment process and reduce time-to-market.
To figure out how to solve a problem, we must first understand what components we need to make up the solution and how can we apply and at what levels. To do this we will need to create a shared understanding of what makes up the solutions for each of the pain points identified by stakeholders in a process.
To figure out how to improve a process, we must first understand what issues/problems/pain points each stakeholder that is involved in the process faces. To do this we will need to create a shared understanding of what the issues are for each stakeholder involved in the process. An Empathy Mapp helps us build this shared understanding.
To successfully implement solutions, it is critical to understand what the most important problems are and what should be tackled first. To do this we will need to create a shared understanding of what the priorities should be via a Pain / Frequency Matrix
Too often I see performance metrics geared around the implementation of the technology. This makes no sense because the goal of implementing technology is typically to improve a process or system. So why is the implementation of the technology being measured instead of the improvement of the process?
A Process Mapping Canvas is a tool we developed that helps us quickly map out a process in a group setting. It helps the group understand who is doing what in a specific process. This gives us a baseline of who the stakeholders of the process are, what is it that they do and what the how complex and large the process is.