This presentation discusses the process to build a world class Information Technology Strategy.
This simple guide to IT Strategy focuses the user to think about their business needs and how information technology can help support them.
This guide provides an overview of a framework to plan and implement sustainable value generating IT capability. It discusses the key steps, activities, stages, and roles and responsibilities to make IT successful.
This guide provides an overview of the IT Strategy planning process with special emphasis on "how to align business strategy with IT strategy"
These surveys provide insight into IT Strategy use, adoption and results in organizations.
This presentation introduces the concept of strategic information technology – what is information technology strategy? how to develop an IT Strategy? why develop a strategic plan for IT?
This presentation provides an overview of Strategic Planning for Information Systems (SPIS) – what is it strategic planning? why is an IT Strategy important to develop? what are the common terms used in strategic planning?
This paper introduces a framework to align information technology with business based upon market demands – focus resources on IT initiatives that best meet market demands and stay away from those that do not.
This paper presents a new framework for business it alignment to understand a specific alignment goal and implement alignment processes efficiently and effectively. It discusses the results of a study using this framework and its key conclusion: business it alignment and business process re-engineering are related to the company’s organizational footprint and strategic context.
Silos drive an unfocused, inefficient, and ineffective IT investments. The authors make the case for an integrated, strategy driven – capability driven – information technology strategy that aligns business needs – the demand side – with IT capability – supply side – that provide true competitive advantage and reduce or even eliminate duplication and waste. The article then discusses the four steps to this capability driven IT strategy roadmap.