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Scale and nature ‘Niteworks 2’ contract (Dec 2007 – Mar 13) just ended,approx 250 projects Project typical range of characteristics Industry ‘rainbow’ teams comprising 2 to 5 ‘best athletes’ From 2 to 9 months duration Studies through to Experimentation Key feature: Industry consultation (workshops, surveys etc) Principal physical outputs: Customer and Technical Reports,Workshop Material, Presentations; also: Requirements,Architectures, models, data sets etcNiteworks 3 contract (3 years, renewable for 2): Some changes, impact to be worked through© Crown Copyright 2013 v5.0 6


The Niteworks Way A set of guides and other resources encapsulating learnedbest practice© Crown Copyright 2013 v5.0 8


Knowledge visualisation ideas© Crown Copyright 2013 v5.0 10


Value £Value £TransformationPolicy and ConceptsCapability PlanningCapability DeliveryCapability GenerationSupport to OpsSimple mappings1-d Mappings2-d “Heat Map”: Topic vs CustomerTotalCentre 8.0 10.0 4.5 0.0 2.0 0.5 25.0JFC 8.5 4.0 31.0 12.8 9.8 3.8 70.0Navy 1.5 1.0 4.0 1.5 2.0 0.0 10.0Land 4.5 2.0 10.5 5.2 18.7 2.2 43.0Air 0.0 0.5 1.0 0.0 2.5 0.0 4.0DE&S 0.5 3.5 5.5 47.5 8.5 7.5 73.0Total 23.0 21.0 56.5 67.0 43.5 14.0 225Number of projects© Crown Copyright 2013 v5.0 11


trainingequipmentpersonnelinformationdoctrineorganisationinfrastructurelogisticinteroperabilityGrand TotalWord search across database of published reportsNITEWORKS REPORTSTalon Strike Customer Combined Report.pdf 486 153 151 1551 96 173 136 87 300 3133TacC4ISTAR Base C4ISTAR Trg CCD Stage 1 Report v1.0.pdf 1250 58 68 144 13 36 35 4 15 1623TacC4ISTAR Trg CCD Stage 3 Report v1_1-R.pdf 1118 60 75 185 30 37 36 11 18 1570MNE3 Report.pdf 178 15 113 788 69 138 22 145 38 1506Cyber Skills Final Report v1 0.pdf 758 15 84 155 23 55 28 6 2 1126I2 WP4 theme InfoMangt-v3-R.pdf 22 16 8 829 12 55 28 14 91 1075Tac C4ISTAR H16-CSTTG Trg CCD5 Final Report v1_0-R.pdf 701 25 35 74 17 14 19 10 18 913TacC4ISTAR H16 FTX CCD Final Report V1 0_R.pdf 479 84 50 234 4 16 14 4 16 901i2 Technical Report Ver 3.0.pdf 40 10 3 624 17 47 109 0 32 882TT Business Process Review Final Report.pdf 693 36 15 30 3 49 8 2 19 855TS Transformation Review - Final Report Issue V 2.0 8621 July.pdf 25 5 49 0 66 2 2 26 796IRMRT Architecture Report PDF v1.0.pdf 53 214 8 305 40 24 105 0 22 771TacC4ISTAR LE CIS Blueprint iMST TNA QL Report Report 1-R.pdf for Industry.pdf 5742 363 340 70 12 12 51 20 01 1 723 22NEC DSG in SoR Exercises Review Final QL Report.pdf Report.pdf 5224 677 172 585 50 142 71 90 140 713 21Land DPD of E2E FMV Final Architecture Report 01-02 Report with v_1_1.pdf RDP.pdf 1790 2413 201 149 13 131 331 192 410 180 713 21i2 TT WP CCD 8 Core Human AH Factors Implemenatation Report Ver Architecture 3.0.pdf Quick Reference 57 15 240 Guide.pdf 150 4854 80 281 250 0 241 666 21LWC IRMRT Contemporised to I3M Migration Doctrine Overview - Project v1.0.pdf Report.pdf 440 316 90 486 3970 470 260 260 08 628 20UR Software ISTAR Ph Safety 2 EC10 Final Assessment Report 2.pdf Report Final v1.3(1).pdf 1810 424 310 1666 440 249 330 160 521 589 20CBM(L) LEOC Partnership Theme Technical Arrangement Report Approach.pdf Version 1.0.pdf 370 944 250 187 11 100 244 260 1570 121 572 20DSCE SOSA Capability SME Engagement Review Customer Report_v1.0.pdf Report.pdf 1053 144 120 2029 1180 501 260 120 121 551 18ASJTR FRES1 QL Annex Report B - Nw v1.0 FRES (Industry).pdf PQ Analysis v1.pdf 4590 400 140 17 5 10 110 71 0 0 537 18XTDPM6 OA Report Issue 1_0.pdf 0 2 1 7 0 5 0 2 0 17C4I-D-and-I-QL-2123_JCG-IS_draft_v0-4.pdf 2 0 0 1 1 5 7 0 0 16FRES1 Annex C - FRES FR VandV Report Draft v1.pdf 5 1 0 6 0 1 1 0 1 15DSF Cap Vis Report - Final - R.pdf 1 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 2 11Cap Goals Report_Final.pdf 3 0 0 5 0 0 0 2 0 10TT CCD Core GBTT Implementation Architecture Quick Reference 8 0 Guide.pdf 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 10DSS DSA Summary report.pdf 0 0 4 5 0 0 0 0 0 9C-IED MOD Industry Engagement V5 final.pdf 0 0 0 7 0 1 0 0 0 8FRES1 Annex E - FRES FR MDAL v1.pdf 0 4 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 8SLCC 2 Report.pdf 0 5 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 7Enabling Networks (Network Coherency) QL Final Brief.pdf 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 5Land End 2 End Exec Summary - issue 01-02.pdf 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4Acquisition Methods and Tools Final Report - Annex B.pdf 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 3DI Stocktake Releasable Abstract.pdf 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2MASC Final Customer Report v2.4.pdf 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1M-ISTAR Annexes Summary.pdf 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1BIR QL Abstract.pdf 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1Grand Total 16848 5688 2226 22569 2370 4199 2790 1544 2821 61055© Crown Copyright 2013 v5.0 12


Emergent cross-project learningEmergent themesProgrammes:© Crown Copyright 2013 v5.0 13


4-box modelStrategic/SystemicTactical/Symptomatic© Crown Copyright 2013 v5.0 14


Mapping of projects© Crown Copyright 2013 v5.0 15


KM Improvement Project (KMIP) Stakeholder Consultation Niteworks ‘floorplate’, Partnership & MOD Actions: For consolidation of Niteworks 2 Improvements for Niteworks 3© Crown Copyright 2013 v5.0 16


Niteworks ‘floorplate’ Buy-in to Knowledge Management as a key element ofNiteworks activity The CWE is considered very valuable, but there are areasfor improvement Search and discovery Training (meta data, CWE “CONUSE”) Find the expert rather than the report Categorisation (Taxonomy, Acronyms etc) Experience and insights lost when teams leave Improved pre-project literature review Access to MOD documentation© Crown Copyright 2013 v5.0 17


EndDr Nigel Burke, Knowledge and Benefits Managernigel.burke@niteworks.net01252 385402NiteworksYork HousePO Box 87Farnborough Aerospace CentreFarnboroughHampshireGU14 6YUwww.niteworks.net© Crown Copyright 2013 v5.0 20

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