IT Strategy: Does IT Matter?
This paper presents results from investment in IT at a macro economic level. Proof positive that IT Matters? You decide.
This paper examines the factors influencing investment in information technology (IT), and the payoffs from investment in IT use on productivity and economic growth in twelve Asia-Pacific countries for the period 1984-1990. It finds a significant positive correlation between growth in IT investment and growth in both GDP and productivity over the seven year period. Countries with higher growth rates in IT investment achieved consistently higher growth rates of GDP and productivity. This finding is consistent with the notion of IT-led development. It challenges the so-called "productivity paradox", or the notion that investment in IT has not paid off in productivity improvements.
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Is IT Value compromised because of the strained relationship between business and IT? How can the CIO overcome this challenge? This paper proposes a framework for the development of information systems strategies and plans driven by business objectives and strategies. It provides an integrated framework for the development of technology architectures and business processes ... This presentation provides the connection between corporate or business strategy and Information Technology Strategy. A simple framework to understand the relationship between business strategy, organizational strategy and IT strategy. This planning methodology guide explains the basic steps to perform IT strategic planning. This paper presents a definition, process and methodology for IT Strategy.
This paper discusses using the Capability Maturity Model to measure business it alignment. This paper illustrates an organizational process for managing IT investments and measuring the business value of those investments by drawing on the experiences of Holy Cross Health System. 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"
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