Organizations without planning strategy or connected planning platform in place start here; they haven't defined their charter or goals.
Roles, responsibilities, planning platform and resources are identified. The implementation methodology incorporates touch points and governance steps, and projects are loosely coordinated through processes.
The requirement is providing expert services to different project teams. A community is fully active, and there is coordination around shared planning components and tools that allow for a level of reuse. The planning capabilities that are already present monitor projects and evaluates new opportunities for business process management.
The functional areas are organizing themselves into competency centers, focused on driving common processes and operating models across the company. Individual lines of business are represented and negotiate between specialization and core framework-based processes.
A fully federated model of business process and enterprise planning oriented competency centers drive for shared processes across business lines. There are process improvement programs continually iterating across the enterprise. At this level, there is an AX COE that is directing enterprise planning and implementations across the organization.