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Capability Statements are overview presentations, selling messaging, client cases studies and vendor case studies related to the MIKE2.0 Methodology. They encourage users to take a MIKE2.0 approach.
Training presentations provide an initial overview on MIKE2.0 for different audiences, focusing on core aspects of the MIKE2.0 Methodology. They are used to help users quickly come up to speed on an area of content or may focus on detailed aspects of MIKE2.0.
Executive Summaries present MIKE2.0 for a senior audience, although they may contain some high-level technical content. Some Executive Summaries provide interactive questions so the presentation can be delivered in a workshop-style format. The goal of an Executive Summary is to provide a focused presentation that can be covered in an hour and will lead to a more detailed discussion. Executive Summaries are introductory in nature but are generally focused at a level that connects with senior decision makers.
Webinars provide similar content to other overviews but they are presented in a pre-recorded audio or video form that is then made accessible to the user audience. Webinars are approximately 30 – 60 minutes in length. Webinars are generally put together by the MIKE2.0 Leadership Team.
Selling Messages help provide a case for taking an Information Development approach, by focusing on its organisational, business capability or financial benefits. They may be at a high level or focused on detail, but unlike Executive Summaries they are not presentations. Selling Messages are specific Supporting Assets such as the Economic Value of Information or Selling the Transformation Programme that can be used as support for summary sales decks.
Client Case Studies
Client Case Studies provide an overview of how MIKE2.0 was used on a certain project. Each case study presents:
See here for a list of MIKE2.0 Case Studies.
Vendor Case Studies
Vendor Case Studies provide an overview of how MIKE2.0 was implemented with a specific set of vendor products or through the techniques used by a systems integrator. Each case study presents:
Vendor case studies may be in commercial in nature, emphasizing the benefits of the specific approach and why it may be beneficial to others.
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