The Collaborative Planning Methodology (CPM) is shown in the figure below. It is a simple, repeatable process that consists of integrated, multi-disciplinary analysis that results in recommendations formed in collaboration with leaders, stakeholders, planners, and implementers.
The first release of the CPM includes the master steps and detailed guidance for planners to use throughout the planning process. Enterprise architecture is but one planning discipline included in this methodology. Over time the methods and approaches of other planning disciplines will be interwoven into this common methodology to provide a single, collaborative approach for organizations to use.
The CPM can serve as a full planning and implementation life cycle for use at all levels of scope described in the common approach (International, National, Federal, Sector, Agency, Segment, System, and Application). Therefore we propose it as a pattern from which we derive methods that are customised for actors at the different socio-technical levels: macro, meso, micro and household.
The clarification for the fields in the template is given in the Interaction template (Actant Dictionary).
|Name||Collaborative Planning Methodology|
|Target Outcome||Consistent planning and decision making that leverage experiences and results of other agencies and levels of scope as a means to most efficiently solve priority needs. Recommendations formed in collaboration with leaders, stakeholders, planners, and implementers.|
|Social actors and roles||roles|
|Trigger or preceding interaction||Perform and measure|
|Interfaces and services||services|
|Inputs and outputs||i/o|
|Stores and tools||Enterprise Architecture artefacts|
|Further reading||Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA).|
Position of Collaborative Planning Methodology - #pi9 among the interactions:
- Collective Regulative Bundle