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KEY-9 Map

KEY-9 Map

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The “KEY-9® Map” represents a “common sense” component model of a generic “project-friendly” environment covering temporary and permanent organization which are both required for successful projects and programs.
It provides an excellent 2-dimensional overview on related competence areas (columns) and on management layers (rows) "strategic management", "operational management" and "execution".
Developed by november ag and published under the Creative Commons License.
The “KEY-9® Map” represents a “common sense” component model of a generic “project-friendly” environment covering temporary and permanent organization which are both required for successful projects and programs.
It provides an excellent 2-dimensional overview on related competence areas (columns) and on management layers (rows) "strategic management", "operational management" and "execution".
Developed by november ag and published under the Creative Commons License.

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KEY-9
 ® 
 Map
Components for a project-friendly environment 
This map has been developed by Stephen Rietiker and
ber ag and is published under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Version 1.32 / May 2014 november ag
KEY-9
®
 is a registered trademark of Stephen Rietiker; november ag has exclusive rights to use the mark.
 
KEY-9
 ® 
 Map - Background
The KEY-9
®
 Map represents
a “common sense” component model of a generic “project
-
friendly” environment covering temporary and permanent organization
which are both required for successful projects and programs
 According to the component logic we identified competence areas (columns) and management layers (rows) and allocated the components accordingly
Each component can have its own standards, processes, etc. and can be operated inside or outside the organization
The model serves as a powerful basis to assess maturity, costs, coverage, etc.
and visualizes the evaluation criteria on a so called “heat map”
 
The joint assessment and heat map creation contribute to a common understanding of the situation and help agreeing on priorities for improvement
Once a heat map is developed it supports communication very effectively
 –
 A quite complex subject is visualized on one A4/letter page
| KEY-9 Map V1.32 | © Copyright 2014 november ag, Switzerland page 2
 
The Elements of a Component Map
| KEY-9 Map V1.32 | © Copyright 2014 november ag, Switzerland
Ops Mgtl Execution Strategic Mgt Business Planning Business Unit Tracking Sales Management Credit Assessment Reconciliation Compliance Staff Appraisals Relationship Management Sector Management Product Management Production Administration Product Fulfillment Sales Marketing Campaigns Product Directory Credit Administration Customer Accounts General Ledger Document Management Customer Dialogue Contact Routing Staff Administration Business Administration New Business Development Relationship Management Servicing & Sales Product Fulfillment Financial Control and Accounting Sector Planning Portfolio Planning Account Planning Sales Planning Fulfillment Planning Fulfillment Planning
 A
component
 represents a function which has the potential to operate autonomously with its own underlying standards, processes and resources.
Columns
 are competencies, defined as areas with characteristic skills and capabilities, for example, product development or supply chain.  An
Operational Level
 characterizes the scope of decision making. The three levels are:
Strategic Management is about strategy, overall direction and policy.
Operational Management is about monitoring, managing exceptions and tactical decision making
Execution is about doing the work
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Component maps are two-dimensional representations of a particular subject within an organization

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