Findings and Recommendations City of Berkeley: Digital Strategic Plan and Cost Allocation Plan
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The figures on the following pages (Figures 2.5.3 through 2.5.7) illustrate where each of the initiatives shown above was identified in the DSP Roadmap project, e.g., management interviews, IT Focus Groups, or Rapid Workflow ® workshops. This is important for traceability; in future years of the DSP Implementation Roadmap, City staff will be able to reference where recommendations came from. Figure 2.4.2: Enterprise Initiative Matrix
How to read the matrices: The enterprise initiative matrix provides a list of Rapid Workflow ® process workshops, IT Focus Groups and Management Interview requirements on the left column. The table is meant to be read by line item from left to right. Each square symbols on that line indicates an IT initiative identified in that workshop, focus group or interview. The technology initiative is denoted above in the vertical text. In this illustration, the first initiative for the Public Works Facilities Management workshop is Enterprise Content Management; the second initiative is Automated Workflow, and so on. Written descriptions for DSP initiatives are provided in Section 3, Digital Strategic Plan Roadmap Recommendations, in this document. The list of IT Strategic Roadmap initiatives shown above went through a formal prioritization process, which is presented in Volume 2 of the DSP Roadmap.
Digital Strategic Plan: Findings & Recommendations
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