Basics – Creating your model
Creating a new model
This topic shows you how to create a new model, adding functions and then wiring these together to create a network through which information can flow through your business.
Once you’ve created a basic model, you need to specify how information flows through it. In this topic we specify the information inputs and outputs from functions, and what information flows between functions.
As your model becomes more complex, you can group Functions together into Components. This makes it easier to reorganize your model.
Basics – Moving around your model
Simulated business scenarios
Set up AIM Modeller and AIM Server to enable creation of simulated business scenarios processing real data through your model.
Define business scenarios to process real data through your model, so that you gain extra certainty around how your business operates, and how information needs to flow in order to support that business operating model.
Review this topic to see a portfolio management example, where we add a new project work package to address a business driver, as part of realizing our digital transformation.
Review this topic for details on how to create a new portfolio workbook, and what’s contained in each worksheet.
Digital Business Model Methodology
Creating your digital business model end-to-end
Review this topic for a step-by-step on how to create a digital business model.
Create and validate your model in collaboration with the business, develop and run business scenarios, and create stories to explain your model across the business.