Running IT Like a Business Using Component Business Model
This whitepaper introduces the Component Business Model Framework for the business of IT (CBM-BoIT). This framework helps IT Organizations take a business focused, strategic approach to IT aka "running IT like a business." It breaks down the IT organization into functional "components" so they can be assessed for the business value they can generate thereby helping prioritize IT investment.
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Posted on 07/08/2013 by