This document presents a framework to align IT with business objectives connecting business models with enterprise architecture planning and evaluating outcome using business case development. An excellent discussion for CIOs to master!! (300 pages)
This paper presents an indepth discussion on business model innovation enabled by enterprise architecture planning. CIOs can learn why but how information technology (IT) plays a critical role in business value creation – the foundation of business IT alignment. Excellent Read!
This presentation explains what a business model is and how to use it for value creation. Excellent read!
This presentation provides an overview of the e-business environment and discusses the different types of e-Business models. It provides examples to illustrate the key features of each e-Business model. (34 slides)
This research paper discusses the development of information technology strategy to support changes in business model and strategy. Do companies at different levels of strategic maturity need different IT Strategies?
This book preview defines, and describes business models and shares the steps needed to create one. Excellent Read!!
This whitepaper discusses the changes to IT capability – from strategy to organization and people – required to harness cloud computing. The authors argue that the competitive advantage in information technology infrastructure is diminishing with the cloud so the need is now to focus on the business advantages from using IT.
This research paper examines the causes of failure and success in Dot Coms engaged in e-Commerce. It presents a preliminary framework that identifies the key factors that govern Dot Com success.<br /><br />Note: Contains scary mathematical equations. Please ignore and focus on the proposed framework.
In 2000, UK eUniversity was launched to counter the perceived threat from emerging online universities such as the University of Phoenix. By 2004, the $113M venture was on its knees. What went wrong? The author contends that the many reports published in the aftermath do not get to the bottom of this story.
This presentation makes the connection between business IT alignment and requirements analysis – the track from business strategy to systems implementation.