Realizing Business Benefits from IT Investments
This paper presents an approach to enable managers identify, plan for and manage the delivery of benefits from IT investments.
This approach implies new ways of working between IT professionals and business managers that complement the best practices in delivering IT solutions, but that engage business managers in a way that enables them to apply their collective knowledge to creating business value from IT enabled change.
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In this series, we will discuss IT Value - from its definition to a framework to measure and track it
This working paper presents the "Cranfield Enterprise Model:" A framework for business information modeling. This presentation provides the connection between corporate or business strategy and Information Technology Strategy. IT Business case example provides an example of performing a cost benefit analysis to support funding of IT investments.
IT Business case guide provides a primer on performing a cost benefit analysis to support funding of IT investments.
IT Business case template can be used to perform a cost benefit analysis to support funding of IT investments. IT Business case template can be used to perform a cost benefit analysis to support funding of IT investments.
IT Business Case Template with step by step guide you can use to assess value of IT projects - costs, benefits, and risks.
This report outlines the current state of IT, provides information for stakeholders to make informed decisions about significant investments in technology - "this is a report card of accountability to our stakeholders" - and, details how technology i... This paper discusses using the Capability Maturity Model to measure business it alignment. IT business value (ITBV) program provides a customer-focused, data-driven IT investment decision making process and framework for measuring and evaluating IT products, services, and support in terms that reflect business benefits. This guide presents a framework to evaluate, select and fund information technology investments to maximize measurable performance and demonstrate business results. Last week, we discussed the cost dimension of IT Value. This week, we will discuss the time to market dimension.
Last week, we focused on quality and its impact on IT Value. This week, we will take a look at productivity and its impact on IT Value
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