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M3 Playbook > Phase 1: Readiness
1.11 Understand As-Is Business Processes
1.10 Plan and Conduct Initial Data Quality Assessment
1.12 Develop Initial Target State Concept of Operations
Image Map Phase 0: Assessment Phase 1: Readiness Phase 2: Customer Readiness Phase 3: Engagement Phase 4: Migration Phase 5: Operations
Objective:   Validate as-is processes to understand current state environment, existing challenges, and opportunities for improvement/standardization

   Phase 1 GuidanceResponsible Party - Customer, Provider, Shared
Identify in-scope processes for the migration based on the FIBF LOB standardized services list provided in the Scope of Services tabs of the Business Needs Workbook and develop process decomposition for in-scope processes (C)
Identify initial business process re-engineering strategy by understanding areas of change (C)
Validate and update as-is business processes with stakeholders to understand process flows, transaction volumes, workload, end user security roles, and enabling technology (C)
Report updates in governance meetings and Status Reports/Dashboards (C)

• Existing As-Is Process Documentation

• Initial Business Process Reengineering Strategy
• Validated As-Is Process Maps
Stakeholders Update
• Business Owners (C)
• Functional Lead (C)
• Functional Team (C)
• Technical Lead/Solution Architect (C)
• Technical SMEs (C)
• Functional SMEs (C)

Best Practice
• Validate as-is processes and workloads to be able to understand the magnitude of change in the target state environment
• Perform business process realignment activities in addition to traditional business process reengineering
• Identify key functional process leads and SMEs to drive process ownership and decision making