This paper introduces Gartner’s business value model is a framework to measure business performance – designed to help business IT alignment, project portfolio prioritization, and communicating the value of IT to the business. The Business Value Model supports the Balanced Scorecard, Six Sigma, Economic Value Added, agility and other methodologies.
This paper presents a simplified methodology to realize business benefits from IT investments – create a format enterprise architecture coupled with lifecycle cost optimization to ensure IT projects meet minimum hurdle rate. The author makes the case that this approach also has broad acceptance in the business community.
This seminal article on value disciplines is a MUST read. It discusses the basis of competitive domination: differentiated value! Those who define it, deliver it and take it out of their competitors’ reach win. Hands down.
This paper presents an approach to enable managers identify, plan for and manage the delivery of benefits from IT investments.
This paper illustrates an organizational process for managing IT investments and measuring the business value of those investments by drawing on the experiences of Holy Cross Health System.
This working paper presents the "Cranfield Enterprise Model:" A framework for business information modeling.
This presentation discusses three frameworks for business portfolio analysis namely, BCG (Boston Consulting Group) Matrix, PIMS (Profit Impact of Market Strategy), and GE(General Electric)/McKinsey Multi-Factor Matrix.
This guide presents a framework to evaluate, select and fund information technology investments to maximize measurable performance and demonstrate business results.
How can managers turn IT into something more than infrastructure? Read On!
Technology enables business strategy. Does technology drive business strategy? This paper discusses the latter in great depth