This article provides tips on strategic planning – for each step in the process. Best practices are listed for each step in the strategic planning process.
This guide helps develop a strategic plan including an approach, framework and process. The five phases of strategic planning are described in detail-agreeing to plan, gathering facts, evaluating facts, defining the plan, and evaluating results. Leading practices, and tips and tricks are also provided with each step.
This presentation provides best practice based guidance on creating a business driven information technology strategy (IT 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 presentation sums up the various consideration in the strategic planning for information systems and discusses next steps post developing an IT strategic plan.
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.
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.
Why do companies with a well thought through strategic roadmap not reach their destination? "Corporate strategies are intellectually simple; their execution is not. The question is, can you execute? That’s what differentiates one company from another."
This paper presents a comprehensive integrated model of law and strategy and affirmatively answers the question: is legal astuteness a valuable managerial capability?
This paper presents a definition, process and methodology for IT Strategy.