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Présenté par Elsa Pairaud, Frédéric Fleury et Jean-Laurent Gazave le 21 septembre 2022 à Agile en Seine
Cadrer un nouveau service digital en cycle court : l’Agile au service d’un enjeu coeur métier à fort impact.

Dans le cadre de son plan stratégique “Impact”, et de son ambition de devenir l’acteur de référence de la Transformation Écologique, Veolia a l’objectif de construire et de déployer à l’échelle mondiale dix solutions digitales d’ici 2023.

Parmis ces 10 solutions digitales, Water Resource Advisor a pour ambition de fournir aux Collectivités en charge des services d’eau sur leur territoire un outil permettant d’anticiper le dérèglement climatique en optimisant la gestion de la ressource en eau à l’échelle mondiale (disponibilité et qualité de la ressource).

Afin de cadrer cette solution, Veolia a sollicité une équipe pluridisciplinaire, composée d’un expert Intelligence Collective Devoteam Digital Impulse, ainsi que d’un Product Manager et d’un Business Analyst Devoteam Creative Tech.
Ce dispositif s’est accosté à l’équipe Veolia pour réaliser en 2 mois le cadrage en cycle court de la solution digitale, et ainsi agir comme un véritable catalyseur au sein de l’écosystème complexe de Veolia (DSI Corporate, pays, experts métiers).

Résultats :
– Minimum Lovable Product cadré en 2 mois et GO TO REAL donné par la Digital Core Team à l’issue du cadrage
– Mise en place des fondamentaux de l’agilité, installation des rôles clés pour la phase de réalisation, initialisation et priorisation du backlog, initialisation des sprints
– 7 pays sponsors engagés à co-construire et déployer le MLP, et à assumer les coûts de RUN.

Présenté par Elsa Pairaud, Frédéric Fleury et Jean-Laurent Gazave le 21 septembre 2022 à Agile en Seine
Cadrer un nouveau service digital en cycle court : l’Agile au service d’un enjeu coeur métier à fort impact.

Dans le cadre de son plan stratégique “Impact”, et de son ambition de devenir l’acteur de référence de la Transformation Écologique, Veolia a l’objectif de construire et de déployer à l’échelle mondiale dix solutions digitales d’ici 2023.

Parmis ces 10 solutions digitales, Water Resource Advisor a pour ambition de fournir aux Collectivités en charge des services d’eau sur leur territoire un outil permettant d’anticiper le dérèglement climatique en optimisant la gestion de la ressource en eau à l’échelle mondiale (disponibilité et qualité de la ressource).

Afin de cadrer cette solution, Veolia a sollicité une équipe pluridisciplinaire, composée d’un expert Intelligence Collective Devoteam Digital Impulse, ainsi que d’un Product Manager et d’un Business Analyst Devoteam Creative Tech.
Ce dispositif s’est accosté à l’équipe Veolia pour réaliser en 2 mois le cadrage en cycle court de la solution digitale, et ainsi agir comme un véritable catalyseur au sein de l’écosystème complexe de Veolia (DSI Corporate, pays, experts métiers).

Résultats :
– Minimum Lovable Product cadré en 2 mois et GO TO REAL donné par la Digital Core Team à l’issue du cadrage
– Mise en place des fondamentaux de l’agilité, installation des rôles clés pour la phase de réalisation, initialisation et priorisation du backlog, initialisation des sprints
– 7 pays sponsors engagés à co-construire et déployer le MLP, et à assumer les coûts de RUN.

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  1. 1. 20 & 21 septembre 2022 - New Cap Event Center Retour d’expérience Cadrage en cycle court: Veolia optimise la gestion de la ressource en eau à l’échelle mondiale
  2. 2. Remerciements à nos sponsors et partenaires Partenaire
  3. 3. Around the table. Jean-Laurent Gazave Group Digital, Directeur des Opérations Veolia Elsa Pairaud Product Manager & Tribe Leader Devoteam Creative Tech Frédéric Fleury Expert Intelligence Collective Devoteam Digital Impulse
  4. 4. 4 This is Veolia’s IS&T program to bring resources & technology from the Group to accelerate THE 10 digital solutions that have the greatest potential amongst Veolia’s international internal & external markets. Veolia’s ambition to accelerate 10 Digital Solutions by 2023. Purpose: deploy 10 Digital Solutions which are proven and approved by businesses and aligned with Veolia’s mission: “Be the benchmark company for ecological transformation”. “Be the benchmark company is more than just being a leader. It's being the company that clears the way for the future, that imagines and develops the future solutions and standards of the business. It's being the company that inspires, that makes the difference, against which others evaluate and compare themselves.” Antoine Frérot, Chairman and CEO, Veolia #DigitalSolutions Those 10 Digital Solutions are developed & scaled up through 4 waves, from 2020 to 2023. 4 waves 2020 2021 2022 2023 Wave #1 Wave #2 Wave #3 Wave #4 Asset Management As A Service | Buildings Digital Solution | Hubgrade Water for Operations FACTOR | GreenPath | Water Resource Management HERMOD | Customer Portal
  5. 5. 5 Creative tech for Better Change 5 Application process From the local initiative to the scaled-up Digital Solution. Worldwide Pitching Session to COMEX Winners’ Selection Product scoping ~ 6 months ~ 3 months Realization Phase Continuously iterative Alignment Operationa- -lization Ambition NoGo Go
  6. 6. Creative tech for Better Change 6 Ambition: create and push to the internal market, through Veolia BUs, digital use cases around water resource management (resource availability & quality). Before being able to launch an operational scoping phase, a feasibility study needs to be performed in order to clarify the ambition, set the right organization, and measure the market potential with BUs. Expected Outcomes Value Proposition Canva Business Model Canva Business Case 3 digital solutions, 3 scoping mindsets… ... and 1 Cloud ecosystem Water Resource Advisor Designing a new offer from scratch Ambition: scale up Factor worldwide deployment, in order to digitize paper logbook in plants and optimize reporting. A scoping phase is needed to : 1/ align on the right governance between IS&T, Waste France and geographical Zones 2/ industrialize deployments and build a change management strategy 3/ deal with the technical debt Expected Outcomes Worldwide deployment strategy Roadmap for deployment industrialization Cross entities Target Operating Model Factor Digitizing a traditional activity GreenPath 4.0 is Veolia's modular digital platform dedicated to the monitoring of ecological transformation, currently deployed across 40 geographical zones. Veolia wants to take a break to measure the internal/external market potential, clarify the ambition, set the right governance, confirm the product team set-up, and deliver a Sprint #0 to scope a MVP. Expected Outcomes Value Proposition & Business Model Canvas Product Vision & Prioritized Roadmap Scoped & Ready for dev. MVP GreenPath 4.0 Inventing a new business model
  7. 7. 7 Creative tech for Better Change 7 Zoom in… Water Resource Advisor
  8. 8. 8 8 We believe that as a leader in ecological transformation, we should help countries and municipalities to face environmental problems and preserve water resources WRA is the solution for our customers in the face of climate change Let’s start with WHY Global Warming and Climate Change have a critical impact on water resources Digital Transformation is a key challenge for the organisations Strong competitive challenges Opportunity of additional contracts coming from Suez
  9. 9. 9 9 From one shared ambition, with divergent interests A strong consensus on the need for a Digital Solution on Water Resource Management, on a prioritized perimeter with a fast time-to-market. Divergences about implementation criteria, revenue structure, prioritized segments, most valuable features. To one single solution addressing the whole FOCUS One greatest common denominator + a range of specific bricks One single modular product progressively evolving and opening to all users PRIORITIZE WRM prescoping as a catalyst for convergence
  10. 10. 10 10 Our set-up One committed, multidisciplinary core team 0.5 Veolia IS&T Domain Leader 0.5 Veolia IS&T Product Manager 0.5 Veolia BS&P Hydrogeologist 0.8 Devoteam Product Manager 0.5 Devoteam Product Strategist 1 Devoteam Business Analyst 1 Veolia UX & UI designers Strongly engaged crew members Business Developers (1 per sponsor country) BU operators IS&T Architects & Data experts BS&P Business Analysts with deep knowledge of local markets Country sponsors Business sponsors IS&T sponsors Methods & Process experts 0.2 Veolia Lead Dev
  11. 11. 11 Init. Phase Phase 1 - Alignment on Ambition, Market & Governance 8 interviews with Zone Leaders Value Proposition workshop 10 interviews with Digital Teams (gap analysis) EPICs & NFR prioritization (effort/value) Where do we want to go ? Why do we want to get there ? How should we get there ? What will it take ? What’s the greatest common denominator we are all aligned on ? From Value Proposition to EPICs How we actually worked Month 1 Month 2 Business Model workshop Extra sponsors identification & Willingness to Pay measurement Phase 1 consolidation Phase 2 - Effort & budget estimation, Roadmap prioritization Go/NoGo preparation Month 3 Phase 3 - Go To Realization Let’s concretely deliver the MLP Detailed cooperation model with BUs Personas & User journey Conception Installing the product mindset, day to day
  12. 12. 12 Phase 1 Alignment on Ambition, Market & Governance Objectives - Identify the target customers and their expectations - Collectively imagine what the offer should be - Inspire & align stakeholders on key value principles, ambition & product vision - Outline the Business Model Methodology 16 individual interviews to understand the context & the macro expectations with pilot BUs (France, US, Mexico), IS&T and BS&P sponsors Organization and animation of 2 ideation workshops with BUs - the first one to align stakeholders on a Value Proposition - the second one to define the elements of the offer and the Business Model 14 “Market Potential Evaluation” interviews with BUs to identify countries’ willingness to pay Results - Shared Vision & Ambition on the outlines of the target offer (main characteristics of the offer & Business Model) See next 2 slides - 1 Value Proposition Canva & 1 Business Model Canva per market segment and per sponsor BU (10 canvas) - 1 Market Potential Evaluation Study Where do we want to go ? Why do we want to get there ? How we actually worked
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  15. 15. 15 15 Optimizing water production & asset performance From the use-case to the initiative Managing resources sustainably Optimizing water production & asset performance Adapting to the consequences of climate change Predict behavior and changes to anticipate risky situations (low flows, floods and pollution) Monitor the quantity and quality of water resources Get alerts and advising on water resources strategy and investments Monitor and optimize the performance of assets and equipments Manage water withdrawal on a daily basis and manage crisis situations Predict and plan interventions and maintenance operations Explore long-term trends and evolution scenarios Raise awareness among stakeholders on adaptation stakes Implement adaptation strategies and solutions Visualize data & assets Monitor, alert, advise Report Anticipate, predict, manage Implement optimal operating strategies Centralize documents
  16. 16. 16 Phase 2 Effort estimation, Roadmap prioritization , BCase Objectives - Assess the starting point vs. the ambition, estimate and prioritize the overall effort - Craft and challenge assumptions with stakeholders to assess the operational and economical viability of the project - Measure the revenue levers and cost structure - Build scenarios and consolidate the BCase that will be presented during the Go / NoGo session Methodology - 13 interviews to understand the existing products & evaluate the re-use - 2 workshops with sponsor BUs to challenge, validate and estimate the functional scope of WRA (list of EPICs) - 1 Architecture Audit to assess the ecosystem maturity & the re-use potential - 1 DryRun to get ready for the Go / NoGo session Results - Prioritized & macro- estimated (value X effort) list of EPICs - Minimum Lovable Product functional scope - Architecture Audit restitution - Scoping restitution deck for presentation to the Digital Core Team How should we get there ? What will it take ? How we actually worked
  17. 17. 17 17 Data visualization Documents centralization Monitoring, alerting, advising Reporting Anticipating, predicting, managing P0 P1 P2 From initiatives to a prioritized list of EPICs MLP Visualize data on water resources and associated assets on maps and dashboards Localize and visualize cartographic data (internal & external) on a GIS system Have a single documentary space on water resources Have a single documentary space on water resources Configure & provide calculated indicators and set alert thresholds to help operators piloting withdrawals and manage asset performance Provide our clients with calculated indicators on their water resources Alert and notify operators when operating thresholds are exceeded Log and comment on operational events linked to water resources Provide operators with recommendations Visualize calculated indicators Get alerts and notifs when operating thresholds are exceeded Generate automatic dashboards and make reports available on the resources and assets Generate dashboards on demand and make reports available on the resources and assets Calculate and provide short and medium term forecasts on the quantity and quality of resources and on water demand to anticipate risk situations Model and simulate operating scenarios and the impact of pollution Visualize and make available climate projections Plan and optimize the use of water resources according to objectives to be achieved and constraints to be respected Visualize short term forecasts on the quantity and quality of resources and on water demand to anticipate risk situations Provide our clients with calculated indicators and predictions on their water resources Visualize climate projections Monitor the implementation of regulatory approaches and measures to protect drinking water sources Generate and make available permanent diagnosis Visualize data (internal & external) on dashboards Localize ​resources​ and assets ​on a map background Legend (effort) High Medium Low Provide trends on chosen parameters based on past data
  18. 18. 18 18 Common functional expectations Localize ​resources​ & assets ​on a map Visualize data on dashboards Localize and visualize cartographic data (internal & external) on a GIS system Open Cartographic & Dashboard products to other external users Open to Municipalities The greatest common denominator Localize ​resources​ and assets ​on a basemap ​​Explore each resource and asset with dashboards displaying raw data & calculated indicators from a configured library, contextualized thanks to setting thresholds, and actionable thanks to alerts Analyze trends on chosen parameters based on past data Interoperability Modularity Configurability Common prerequisites Common user- centricity #1 #2 #3 Greatest Common Denominator A market Driven prioritization Water Resource Management Permanent Diagnosis Reversibility
  19. 19. 19 19 BUs’ Willingness to Pay & Commitment “Eau France strategic plan clearly states a strong positioning on ecological transition which requires concrete solutions.” Dpty Director Veolia Water France What the sponsor says “WRM is perfectly matching the municipal strategy of digitalization of public strategies. It is a MUST for the renewal of our key contracts and to develop new businesses.” CEO Veolia Mexico What the sponsor says France Mexico Chile Third circle BUs showing an interest to deploy but not ready to commit yet North America Colombia Germany Second circle BUs ready to commit to deploy First circle Sponsor BUs committed to scope & deploy Spain New scopes from SUEZ New scopes from AGBAR “Having a Water Resource Management digital solution is strategic for the Group and fits with VNA long term strategy. VNA would be interested in following up the progress of the WRM solution through a participation in key milestone meetings in 2022.” CEO Veolia North America “Such a solution is totally aligned with the German development plan which sets Water related strategy and short-term priorities.” Technic, Performance & Innovation manager, Project engineer “WRM would be a critical asset to strengthen our offer and address issues related to groundwater” DTP LATAM Project Manager 5 BUs with a short-term interest for the MLP Morocco Potential scopes : ONEE + ONEP 2023 2024 2025 2026 Japan MLP + specific functionalities Financial commitment Niger Main contract : SEEN (300-600 wells) 2023 2024 2025 2026 Main contract : Interagua + Red Saica Project 2023 2024 2025 2026 Ecuador Ivory Coast Main contract : Lamé Predictions on river flow + prospect ONEP Australia 2023 2024 2025 2026 MLP + predictive functionalities 2023 2024 2025 2026 Oman Potential scopes : Oman Sur + BP Khazzan
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  21. 21. 21 The decision to go with a Minimum Lovable Product Delivering the minimum to: - confirm technical feasibility - provide differentiated value and take it to the market to gain traction. - earn customer “love” and generate sustainable adoption. An iterative, true Test&Learn mindset. Set reasonable ambitions, frequently assess success and identify need for adjustments and improve during the following iteration. Taking a few steps back… WRA’s scoping key success factors
  22. 22. Thank you.

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