Sell and manage solutions that scale with your business
Each Solution Deliver Model contains defined processes with activities linked
to measured outcomes. Each Solution Delivery Model is a flexible framework providing the ability to discover, evaluate, and apply the
lessons learned as required to improve the Solution Delivery Model.
Each customerís initiative represents unique objectives,
culture, style, and organization challenges. Solution Deliver Models are flexible and do not attempt to make one
size fit all. Instead, they provide a framework developed from expereince and serve as a baseline to quickly tailor an approach and method to fits your
Apply a consistent framework to Plan ~ Execute ~ Measure ~ Evaluate each model
Applying Lessons Learned: Team work and collaboration is key to build excellence. As teams plan and execute to achieve project objectives we will also measure and evaluate the results. The quality cycle become part of the process and is use to keep the service delivery models updated. The goal is use a simple framework to capture and retain the knowledge and experience from each initiative so individuals are empowered to learn and grow. The result is to increase overall organizational performance along with individual and team performance.
Empower People to Excel & Build performance excellence
Each Solution Deliver Models to provides a framework for
managing the full life-cycle involved in business and technology transformations. Realize tangible results:
Create scalable customer-focused solutions
Leverage your organization's potential
Empower people to excel
Establish cross-functional teams
Integrate processes across your organization
Establish standards and practices
Improve quality and consistency
Improve financial and operational performance
listing below provides an introduction to Ken Martin's Solution Delivery Models. To view an outline of each Solution Delivery Model select the click on the name or selected the model from the menu above.
Customer-focused integrated solutions delivering
Strategic and tactical planning linked to measured outcomes and tangible results
IT Strategy and Leadership - Align your organization's vision and strategic planning with the people, processes, technology and facilities. Create innovative IT solutions that manage increasing complexities and deliver a competitive advantage.
Enterprise Solutions Architect - Develop the strategic value based approach to achieving enterprise objectives organizational, business, and technology transformations. Create architectural framework and planning road-map to incrementally achieve process improvements, systems integration, and organizational change adding value throughout the organization.
Enterprise business transformation - Utilize an integrated approach to achieve higher levels of performance across your enterprise. Empower people throughout your organization to excel. Get the most our of systems implementation from Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) software vendors such as Oracle, SAP, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, Microsoft, and others. Apply the right methodology that aligns with your organizational goals and abilities to manage the full project life-cycle. Establish standards to produce quality deliverable and manage the project's scope, cost, risks, and schedule.
Knowledge Management - Empower your workforce and improve the overall organizations performance. Create a culture to harvest, evaluate, publish, and share the knowledge and experience within cross functional teams.
Organizational Change Management - Define embed processes to help your organization adapt and adopt to a change by relating the roles and responsibilities of individuals with the learning styles and training programs.
Center of Excellence - Develop and maintain Center's of Excellence to leverage the lessons learned and maximize the benefit of the "Know-how" and experience within your organization. Enterprise Project planning and implementation - Create plans and management structures to effectively manage people, scope, risks, cost, quality, and schedules across software and services integration projects. Business Process Management - Define and manage requirements based on cross-functional processes with defined outcomes.
Business and Technology Requirements Analysis - Align your businss processes and technology with detailed requirements. Manage the requirments life-cycle by using the effectively in solicitations (RFx) sourcing products and services, internal development, business cycle testing, test scripts, and to validate results for each initiatives.
Source Selection - Align your strategic objectives and organizational requirements within a well structured solicitation and evaluation process to select the best fit and best overall value. Utilize a life-cycle approach to understanding cost, risks, functional and technical capabilities. Analyze the political, social, and economic impact concerning future trends in technology. Identify area for buy verses build, internal organizational change and training.
Project triage - When a program or project is not on track you need a structure approach to quickly assess the situation and set a plan in place to make the difficult decisions. Utilize this disciplined approach from complete project turn-around, in-process audits, to validation of project results.
Enterprise Content Management - Effectively and efficiently manage the increasing sources and volume of content created throughout your enterprise.