The Execution Roadmaps created in ‘SXP’ sofware provides a high level view of all the moving parts of programs that build business products, services and capabilities. It effectively puts you at the helm.
Enable your sponsors, program team, stakeholders and suppliers to visually see what is going on, what has changed, who is involved and when, what is needed and when, at a program stream level, then determine and manage the organisational impacts at a portfolio level.
quickly and easily with the business and stakeholders
Whether you are a Business Leader, a Strategic Business Analyst, Change Leader, Program Leader or Program Stream Leader, SXP enables you to quickly create Execution Roadmaps that enable you to proactively drive delivery and engage stakeholders through the lifecycle of strategy-to-execution.
Provide an integrated view of delivery and stakeholder engagement, and all the associated interdependencies to navigate the journey.
Communicate a clear and integrated view of delivery and stakeholder engagement with the business and your stakeholders. Enable proactive decision making, and minimise business risk.
Share your Execution Roadmaps online with the business, stakeholders or suppliers to keep everyone aligned.
Our experience and research shows that change programs succeed more frequently when the leadership team works with all stakeholders to:
Agree a plan that aligns to the business cycle
See the whole of delivery and delivery delays
Navigate through all the timeline pressures
Minimise the risks
Collaborate throughout the delivery
Communicate effectively and
most importantly – manage the interdependencies of all the elements of change and delivery.
“SXP is great, it is clearer than a gantt, I just get lost in a gantt”.
“SXP was a visual expression of the program that easily showed the interdependencies between the projects or work-streams with the added benefits of showing milestones along the timeline of the project.”
“It was used by the program team to monitor the deliverables and interdependencies between the streams as well as to communicate to the service providers and the stakeholders, about the interdependencies between the different groups.”
“I would use it again as it is extremely useful where there are a lot of interdependencies between different groups.”
Karl – Program/Portfolio Manager Government
“SXP was a one page, easy to understand visual tool using colours and shapes to identify the life of a project, the scope of the project and to address the timeline of the program.”
“The big difference between a gantt chart and the interdependency plan is the ability to display the flow, the relationships and the interdependencies of the project on one page, the ability to see the impact of the delays and shifts in "real" time, it does not require any special software on a desktop, and it is easy to maintain and update.”
“It gives the sense of interdependencies, relationships and the end to end timeline of the project.”