Satisfy Digital End Users With Low- and No-Code

Extend IT, automation, and digital capabilities to the business with the right tools, good governance, and trusted organizational relationships.

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Haphazardly implementing low- and no-code capabilities without the right governance and management practices can lead to:

  • High implementation and operational costs of the low- and no-code tools and the digital products created using them.
  • Siloed low- and no-code implementations that do not leverage the benefits of other enterprise tools and technologies.
  • Low adoption since digital end users do not know or are unable to adapt it to their needs.

Thoughtfully and strategically implementing low- and no-code capabilities in your organization can:

  • Promote its value and the opportunities to improve business operations with low- and no-code.
  • Establish and continuously improve a governance model and management practice that fits with your organization.
  • Build the necessary foundations to scale, mature, and extend low- and no-code within your organization and with other enterprise technologies.

Module 1: Select Your Tools

The Purpose

  • Understand the personas of your low- and no-code users and their needs.
  • List the challenges low- and no-code is designed to solve or the opportunities you hope to exploit.
  • Identify the low- and no-code tools to address your needs.

Key Benefits Achieved

  • Level set expectations on what low- and no-code can deliver.
  • Identify areas where low- and no-code can be the most beneficial.
  • Select the tools to best address your problem and opportunities.

Activities: Outputs:
1.1 Profile your digital end users
  • Digital end-user skills assessment
1.2 Set reasonable expectations
  • Low- and no-code objectives and metrics
1.3 List your use cases
  • Low- and no-code use case opportunities
1.4 Shortlist your tools
  • Low- and no-code tooling shortlist

Module 2: Deliver Your Solution

The Purpose

  • Optimize your product delivery process to accommodate low- and no-code.
  • Review and improve your product delivery and management governance model.
  • Discuss how to improve your low- and no-code capacities.

Key Benefits Achieved

  • Encourage business-IT collaborative practices and improve IT’s reputation.
  • Shift the right accountability and ownership to the business.
  • Equip digital end users with the right skills and competencies.

Activities: Outputs:
2.1 Adapt your delivery process
  • Low- and no-code delivery process and guiding principles
2.2 Transform your governance
  • Low- and no-code governance, including roles and responsibilities, product ownership and guardrails
2.3 Identify your low- and no-code capacities
  • List of low- and no-code capacity improvements

Module 3: Plan Your Adoption

The Purpose

  • Design a CoE and/or CoP to support low- and no-code capabilities.
  • Build a roadmap to illustrate key low- and no-code initiatives.

Key Benefits Achieved

  • Ensure coordinated, architected, and planned implementation and adoption of low- and no-code consistently across the organization.
  • Reaffirm support for digital end users new to low- and no-code.
  • Clearly communicate your approach to low- and no-code.

Activities: Outputs:
3.1 Support digital end users and facilitate cross-functional sharing
  • Low- and no-code supportive body design (e.g. center of excellence, community of practice)
3.2 Yield results with a roadmap
  • Low- and no-code roadmap

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