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In 2009, Anglian Water set up an alliance of organisations to deliver part of its Asset Management Plan 4 (AMP4). The alliance model produced improved performance in the first contracts it was applied to - particularly in terms of efficiency and capital carbon targets.
Anglian Water used the routemap to review the proposed strategy for the procurement of the alliance and the supply chain. The review was undertaken early in the overall process (eight months before the first contracts were to be let), to test the principles of the proposed model and to ensure that any gaps could be sufficiently addressed and incorporated into the existing development plans.
The AMP6 routemap review adopted a consolidated approach to information gathering. This was followed by a structured workshop session that included representation from senior management and the existing supply chain. Independent input and facilitation was provided by IUK and the University of Leeds.
The views of key stakeholders were used to stimulate discussion and the outputs of the routemap assessments, and the implications for strategy development, agreed as a group. Tailoring the routemap methodology to suit the project stage and the desired outputs is key to getting the most from any routemap application.
A number of key outputs were identified in the review. These included:
Following the workshops the change programme was reviewed to ensure that all potential blockers were covered off by actions - ones designed to provide the right cultural and organisational change. These were then integrated into a more comprehensive programme. The overall change programme evolved from one where key risks had been identified, to one that included specific programmes to deliver underlying cultural change.
An exercise was undertaken to map the entire supply chain for AMP6 (and beyond), from strategic sub-contractor to equipment suppliers. This mapping highlighted the different capabilities needed to deliver this new way of working and included capabilities outside the traditional water industry supply chain.
This subsequently led to a procurement programme that included a greater degree of market making - assessing cross sector capability and introducing new supply chain partners that could support the changes required in AMP6. The procurement strategy also identified the appropriate commercial model for each part of the alliance supply chain, with a general shift towards greater collaboration and incentivised contracts.
This review was commissioned by Anglian Water and carried out in April 2013 by Infrastructure UK and the Engineering Project Academy, University of Leeds.
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