CIO's Guide to Business Information Systems Planning
In-depth guidance on how to identify, select, build, deploy, and maintain information systems that drive competitive advantage for the CIO. MUST Read! (1,000 pages)
There are two key components of a CIO's job responsibility: provide a reliable technology platform and enable enterprise strategy. Both are intertwined - really, two parts of the same process. Arguably, the former is more important than the latter.
So, the three essential questions or challenges for a CIO are:
- How do you create information systems that support enterprise strategy?
- How do you create a reliable technology platform that these systems run on?
- How do you make them both adaptable to change?
The answer lies in understanding:
- How does business create value?
- How does IT support the business in creating this value?
The concept of a "business information system" encompasses the two.
This discussion helps you understand:
- What is a business information system?
- How to identify functionality that drives business strategy?
- How to build and/or buy business information systems?
- How to extend business information systems?
- How do business information systems communicate with each other (seamless integration)?
- How to deploy underlying technology components - network, databases etc.?
- How to ensure adaptability to change?
An excellent and in-depth discussion on the key concepts a CIO must understand to do they job.
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Posted on 05/07/2018 by