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This diagram shows the changes that EGI wants to make in its capabilities It may eliminate (through outsourcing) the noncore processes at which it performs poorly (lower left corner) and will probably leave alone or outsource Invoice & Billing investing more in these capabilities would be very low priority The biggest performance gap is in Customer Service (a Strategic process at which it has low capability), as shown by the long arrow Lesser gaps exist with Sales & Marketing, Procurement, and Assembly EGI also needs to develop three new capabilities (two Strategic and one Functional process)
Conquering Complexity in Your Business
Key observations on the EGI core process matrix: Customer service must be dramatically improved for revenue growth opportunities Procurement is a strategic issue but has been handled at the tactical level They should definitely create CVSMs for all the strategic processes, and may want to do procurement as well This will help them attain world-class cycle efficiencies and sales effectiveness levels Fabrication of metal parts, packaging, and shipping are noncore and the company is not particularly good at them These are major consumers of capital They should be evaluated for outsourcing as it is almost certainly quicker and cheaper to have other companies who specialize in these activities perform them The quality of the delivery of these services will also likely be higher than EGI could achieve by implementing these on their own Foreign sales and marketing, customer support and distribution will be key to the fulfillment of its strategy But they are missing from EGI s current processes Developing these capabilities inhouse would be expensive and difficult This is a clear opportunity to leverage the strengths of a service provider that specializes in these areas
What EGI needs to analyze and execute: Elevate customer service into a single global service organization allowing them to improve and gain foreign presence Explore partnering for foreign distribution and billing Investigate outsourcing of fabrication, packaging, and shipping Decide whether to invest any additional effort in assembly or outsource this process
7: Map & Quantify the Impact of Complexity
Step 5: Determine family groupings
As mentioned at the start of this chapter, doing a Complexity Value Stream Map (CVSM) that truly includes all of your products/services can be impractical unless you have a limited number of offerings You can make the task manageable by grouping offerings into families and selecting one representative from each family to include in the CVSM One easy way to start is to create a Product/Service Family Grid, which shows what process steps different products or services have in common An example from a home loan division of a financial institution is shown in Figure 710
Figure 710: Service Family Grid
PROCESS STEPS
Extended Volume (thousands)
ApplicaMargin Service tion 20% 25% 18% 22% 15% 14%
Refinance ARM Refinance Fixed New Home ARM New Home Fixed Home Equity Line Of Credit
Processing
Credit Check
Appraisal
Inspection Close
Family Class
$1,040 $5,200 $1,560 $2,600 $520 $780
X X X X X X
X X X X X X
X X X X X X
X X X X X X X
X X X X X X
A A B B C D
This financial services company identified four separate families of services In theory, they could have clustered Home Equity loans (Family C) with the two Refinance options that comprise Family A But they decided to keep the equity loans as a separate family because the volume is so much lower than either Family A offering Family B options are distinguished because they require Inspections; Family D is the only offering that does not require an Appraisal
As you work on a matrix for your own business units, remember that the ultimate goal is to select one representative from each family of offerings to include on the CVSM One reminder: 2 discussed the fact that complexity added by low-volume offerings can have a disproportionate impact on a process Do not automatically cluster low-volume offerings into families with much higher-volume offerings Rather, pay attention to how much time each offering uses in a process (low-volume offerings often use a higher percentage of time)
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