Programme Charter Deliverable Template
From MIKE2.0 Methodology
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The Programme Charter states the overall scope of work for the project. While for many projects this may be poorly defined in the early stages, some level of charter should be defined from the onset. This can then be refined in the production of the Business and Technology Blueprint.
- Summary of Approach
- Major Milestones
- Expected Duration
- Roles and Responsibilities
- Major Dependencies
Example 1- An Information Management Center
The Vision for this programme is to formulate an Enterprise program for Information Management facilitate its ongoing implementation. To realize this approach, this worksteam would move to a new organizational model which is known as an Information Development Center of Excellence. This Center of Excellence will have the following responsibilities:
- Create an overall process in which all stakeholders understand their roles and responsibilities for information management
- Define a Business Strategy for Information Management
- Define a Technology Strategy for Information Management
- Set the standards and guidelines for FR&C program-wide information architecture deliverables
- Build and assemble, based upon proven experience, a set of architecture best practices
- Define a training and educational program which will provide the people the necessary skill sets around information management
- Define a set of metrics which will measure progress toward goals of the Information Development program
- Lead up changes to Information policy, compliance and metrics to improve the overall information management process
- Provide central SDLC functions around discovery of data quality issues and resolution of data quality issues
- Lead up aspects of the information modeling process, including definition of data standards, data modeling and metadata management
- Assess information management industry trends on an ongoing basis for impacts within the enterprise
- Find the ‘low hanging fruit’ process issues that cause data quality problems – Fix the Root Causes!
The approach will concentrate on using a relatively small core of senior staff to leverage the ongoing work across the enterprise. The core staff will facilitate, synthesize, mentor, communicate and create where appropriate and necessary.