Extract value from information technology
The first stage in extracting value from current / planned investments in information technology [IT] for any business in any sector in any industry, is to have a management strategy for IT in place. The second stage is to implement that strategy.
An all-embracing management strategy for IT has six component parts that answer the six key questions:
What’s required in implementation varies according to the scope and scale of the management strategy for IT outcomes. These are typical follow-on projects:
The methods deployed within each of these stages have been used for clients ranging from small businesses through to large corporations. For my smaller clients I have not introduced risks as a result of scaling back detailed methods used for large clients.
Results, over the past 31 years
Using methods that ‘find the money’, coach and build ownership for solutions, and fit implementation in with existing programs, I have got the business case approved every time. And then by using a value-oriented method I have realised the business case objectives during implementation.
In summary, I have helped my clients to:
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