This presentation introduces a framework for IT value that has been adapted for use by not-for-profit or public service organizations (government entities for example). The key challenge for such organizations is the quantification of value delivered through information technology strategic planning and implementation in the absence of profit or dollar denominated metrics. This framework proposes metrics that are designed for not-for-profit use. Excellent Read!
This document provides an overview of a comprehensive investment lifecycle management framework to identify, select, fund, build, deploy and monitor investments – from investment proposals, to business cases to implemented solutions and key decisions in between.
This comprehensive guide provides policy, principles, process, framework, and examples for a complete and thorough management – identify, select, evaluate, fund, deploy, monitor – of major investments. You can adapt this guide to create your own Information Technology investment management process and framework.
This paper examines IT investment metrics with a view to improving IT decisions based upon business value.
This guide provides an overview of the Public Value Assessment Tool (PVAT) to assess, in a structured way, the public value of a government initiative so that an agency can review the expected public value across their entire portfolio of open government initiatives.
How do you measure return on investment in the public or government or not for profit sector that do not produce revenues or profits and differentiation is really not a factor? Public Return on Investment (ROI) is a framework for measuring value of IT investments in these environments.
The author argues that financial visibility is critical for portfolio and project success. This presentation discusses IT financial management – what is it? what are the key financial metrics? how can IT financial management drive business decisions?
This paper discusses the impact of emerging technology and changing user needs on the success of information systems and proposes an extension to the DeLone and McLean IS Success Model.
This paper introduces and discusses the DeLone and McLean model for information systems success.
<div>This article discusses the need for Information Technology IT Metrics – what does the CFO want from the CIO? What does the CEO want from the CIO? – and then goes into the discipline of IT Metrics – what are they? which ones are effective? how to go about defining them?</div>