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Foundation Activities

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Foundation Activities are conducted during Phase 3 of the MIKE2.0 Methodology. These Activities are classified as Foundational as it is important to get them place at the beginning of each implementation increment before beginning other design and development Activities.


Foundation Activities are primarily focused on understanding information issues, resolving these problems and defining target information models. If these activities are not conducted first, other subsequent implementation work is likely to fail.

Foundation Activities also involve a number of steps to improve Data Governance, by identifying the key data elements and the root causes to that most commonly lead to issues with this data. Metrics are then established before this data is quantitatively investigated and re-engineered.

Major Deliverables

The Major Deliverables produced include:

  • Development of Information Models
  • An inventory of Key Data Elements (KDEs) required to improve Data Governance
  • Recommended process and system changes for improved Data Governance
  • A list of root causes leading to Data Governance issues
  • Data Governance Metrics
  • Quantitative results from Data Investigation
  • Improved Data Quality
  • Software Development Environment

Foundation Activities are complemented by Acitivities which define the Roadmap, which also takes place during Phase 3.

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