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 strategic assessment example provides insights into the process – how to develop and evaluate options for strategic investments – using an integrated lifecycle.
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?
This presentation discusses the role information technology plays in creating business value then goes on to show that "IT Does Matter"
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 strategic information technology plan example (Federal Government) can be used to create your own IT strategy plan.
This presentation discusses the roles and structure of the IT Organization in the context of IT Strategy formulation.
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 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!)