The author argues that strategic information systems planning is too surgical – and complex to implement – in its current form and must be complemented with a study of sociological and organizational factors.
This presentation provides an overview of business strategy – what is it? why is it important? how to develop it? what are the common frameworks?
This presentation discusses the roles and structure of the IT Organization in the context of IT Strategy formulation.
This presentation discusses the IT organization at General Motors – key roles and responsibilities – and how it adds value to the business. (This is a pre-meltdown and bailout presentation so much might have changed since!)
This presentation discusses the key elements, a maturity model, and key performance metrics to monitor and control a successful IT organization.
Does organizational culture help or hinder business IT alignment? The authors’ research shows that "firms with more congruent cultures had higher levels of strategic alignment maturity."
A quick guide to information technology organizational models – from decentralized to completely centralized – assessed along key criteria such as personnel, and strategic alignment.
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.