IT Delivery Gap
This presentation discusses performance assessment to determine and plug the it delivery gap i.e. the promise of strategy not being fulfilled by execution.
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IT Strategy is nothing without its implementation. How can CIOs get some "SOLACE" from their IT Strategy? Read on! 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 anoth... Great Strategy + Lousy Execution = failure. No exceptions to this rule. Don Tapscott argues that one can have them both. If only they tried. This presentation discusses a case study in building an effective IT performance management program This case study discusses the implementation of an information technology (IT) performance measurement program - steps followed and frameworks used - and lessons learnt. Previously, we discussed the importance of the "kick off" communication. We also talked about the steps to create a killer kick off letter. In this article, we will discuss how to avoid common pitfalls. Often, the emphasis is on creating an IT Strategy. Before you do, understand the context of IT Strategy i.e. what is its role and scope. New research shows an important difference in the way senior IT executives and senior business managers define success in a merger transaction. What’s behind this “alignment gap”? How will it affect M&A execution in the future? This paper discusses six decisions senior executives (read: non-IT executives) should not delegate to IT folks (read: CIO?) to "avoid IT disasters— and, more important, to help them generate real value from their IT investments" Every year, companies invest an extraordinary amount of time, money and effort. The disconnect between business and IT is often lamented. A lot is spoken and written about this chasm. Ostensibly, a lot is done to bridge it. Yet, most would agree the chasm still exists. This volume details a framework for establishing and maintaining a performance based management program. Why does IT Strategy work sometimes and not others? This article explores some of the reasons that might explain why so many companies struggle to achieve their strategic vision. It concludes that for many the answer lies in the quality of the strategic management processes used.
Posted on 02/14/2011 by