A comprehensive information technology strategic plan which illustrates the combination of IT Vision, Strategy, and Planning to achieve superior business outcomes.
This comprehensive document illustrates the framework, process, and deliverables in creating a strategic plan for information technology. An excellent example that CIOs can use to develop an IT Strategy for their own organization. (250 pages)
This comprehensive technology strategy plan provides an example of building a technology blueprint which acts as a guide to achieving organizational goals – identifying them and tracking progress against them. CIOs can use this example to learn about IT strategic planning and blueprinting. (150 pages)
This comprehensive example demonstrates the process of conducting an IT Assessment and using it to drive a strategic plan for information technology (IT) that optimizes costs while driving the organization's business strategy. (150 pages)
This paper proposes a framework, principles, and best practices to help along the entire strategic cycle – from strategy to execution, and governance. A CIO must bridge the strategic planning, and operational execution gap if they are to create repeatable business value. This discussion can help.
This case study demonstrates a complete business transformation initiative that covers all the key elements of capability namely, strategy, operations, organization, and technology. It demonstrates how to setup the problem, analyze all key parts of the puzzle, and then arrive at the solution comprising of key implementation initiatives. The invaluable lesson for CIOs is to the role technology plays in the big picture and how the parts fit together. Excellent Read! (300 pages)
This in-depth guide provides a detailed look at the balanced scorecard framework (BSC) and the considerations in implementing it. The presentation illustrates key principles in BSC using real life examples from business. (150 pages)