A guide to strategic planning for information technology.
This guide presents a practical, step by step framework, and approach to create a strategic plan for information technology. The key focus is on connecting business and IT strategies – the former sets the priorities, and drives the cost, and available option set available to the CIO to adapt the IT assets/infrastructure, organization, and its processes. CIOs can use this approach to create an IT strategy plan for their organizations
This paper describes an approach to create a strategic plan for information technology (IT). This IT strategic planning framework can be used to develop an IT strategy for your organization.
This paper describes seven steps to creating a strategic plan for information technology.
This paper describes a step-by-step process to create an it strategy for your organization.
This paper provides a step by step process to create a strategic plan for information technology. What is IT strategy? Why is IT Strategy important? Why is it difficult to implement IT Strategy? How to create IT Strategy?
<span style="line-height: 1.6em;">This document provides a step by step guide to create a strategic plan for information and communication technology. For each activity, it provides overview of the step, required inputs, expected outputs, tasks lists and process diagram, supporting tools, and related tasks.</span>
This document provides a step by step guide to creating a strategic plan – which can be adapted for information technology strategy and plan.
This guide describes a 7 step strategic planning process that can be adapted to create your own IT strategy process.
The author makes for a structured approach to IT strategy using the Balanced Scorecard (BSC) framework and then describes just how to use the balanced scorecard to create an IT strategic plan. Is there any strategy in your strategic plan? What are you using to measure, monitor, and communicate your organization's vision and strategy with clarity to the workforce and the people they serve? Is it working?