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Oracle Unified Method (OUM)


Level 2: Implement Focus Area Overview
Module: OUM Implement Components

Learning Objectives
OUM Implement Components

By the end of this module, you should be able to:


Describe the Oracle Unified Method (OUM) Implement Core
Workflow and understand its purpose.
Recognize that there are many different views to access the
OUM Implement focus area method material.

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OUM Focus Areas


Envision Enterprise-Level Processes
Enterprise Business
Analysis
Enterprise Architecture
IT Portfolio
Management
Governance

Implement
Software Engineering
Software Implementation

Envision Implement

Organizational
Change
Management

Manage
Operate

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Manage
Disciplined
Management of
Information Technology
Projects and Programs
Aligned with Project
Management Institute
(PMI)

Manage Focus Area

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Envision Focus Area

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Implement Focus Area

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OUM Implement Focus Area

The Good
Comprehensive set of materials
Supports broad range of business solutions

The Bad
Volume of material can be overwhelming
Can be difficult to isolate the essentials

The Solution
OUM Implement Core Workflow

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Why a Core Workflow?

Accelerate understanding of OUM


Identify most important tasks
Provide workplan starting point
Maintain focus on the essentials

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OUM is Highly Scalable


Build it UpDont Tailor it Down1

1. Start from a core set of tasks.


Consider the OUM Implement Core Workflow.

Balancing Agility and Discipline: A Guide for the Perplexed by Barry Boehm and Richard Turner

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OUM is Highly Scalable


Build it UpDont Tailor it Down1

1. Start from a core set of tasks.


2. Add tasks as you identify scope and risk.
Tasks related to:

Processes:

Architecture
Business Rules

Technical Architecture

Performance Management

Services
Reporting

Transition

Organizational Change Mgmt.

etc.

Balancing Agility and Discipline: A Guide for the Perplexed by Barry Boehm and Richard Turner

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OUM is Highly Scalable


Build it UpDont Tailor it Down1

1. Start from a core set of tasks.


2. Add tasks as you identify scope and risk.
3. Consider the depth to which you will execute
specific tasks.
Tasks are placeholders for work.
They are highly scalable.
Can vary from a bit of thinking
to development of a comprehensive work product.

Balancing Agility and Discipline: A Guide for the Perplexed by Barry Boehm and Richard Turner

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OUM is Highly Scalable


Build it UpDont Tailor it Down1

1. Start from a core set of tasks.


2. Add tasks as you identify scope and risk.
3. Consider the depth to which you will execute
specific tasks during specific iterations.
4. Combine tasks and work products.
Define an appropriate set of work products or deliverables.
Define just enough documentation and ceremony.
If youre not going to need it, dont produce it.

Balancing Agility and Discipline: A Guide for the Perplexed by Barry Boehm and Richard Turner

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OUM Implement Core Workflow

OUM Implement Core Workflow


Two Sub-Flows
1. Configuration
2. Custom Development

Configuration
Sub-Flow

Share a portion of the core tasks


Diverge in important areas

Configure

Setups
Objectives

Document
Requirements

Map
Requirements

Integrate

Test

Gaps
Analyze &
Design
Components

Implement
Components

Custom
Development
Sub-Flow
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OUM Views
A view presents a predefined subset of the OUM materials.

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Full Method and Focus Areas

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Implement Views

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Implement Models View

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View Catalog

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Conclusion
OUM Implement Components

Now that you have completed this module, you should


be able to:
Describe the OUM Implement Core Workflow and understand
its purpose.
Recognize that there are many different views to access the
OUM Implement focus area method material.

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