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Author High, Peter A
Title Implementing World Class IT Strategy : How IT Can Drive Organizational Innovation
Imprint New York, NY : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2014
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Edition 1st ed
Descript 1 online resource (242 pages)
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Note Intro -- Implementing World Class IT Strategy: How IT Can Drive Organizational Innovation -- Copyright -- Contents -- Foreword -- Chapter 1: "Techtonic" Plates -- IT's Gold Medal -- Strategy, IT, and Public or Private Sectors -- Developing a Federal IT Strategy -- Driving the Strategy Forward with Fresh Ideas -- The CIO: From Process-Centric to Strategic -- The Need to Get Intimate -- Value: The Ticket to Ride -- The Trends Are Good -- Truly Strategic IT -- Chapter 2: The CIO as Strategic Facilitator -- Clarity About Priorities -- Engaging Divisional Leaders and Strategies -- Seeing Commonalities -- Clarity About Ownership Costs -- Trendspotting -- An IT They Can't Leave Out -- IT: An Indispensable Consultant and Facilitator -- Early Intervention into Planning -- Focus on Business Rather Than Technology Questions -- Draw Upon the Strengths of Consultants -- Become Transparent -- Olsovsky's IT Strategy -- Introducing the OGTM -- What Makes IT So Inherently Strategic? -- The Value of Boldness -- Take-Aways on IT's Central Role in Strategy -- Chapter 3: IT Missions -- One CIO's Filtered Vision -- No "Internal Customers" of IT -- Projects Don't Drive Strategy -- Mission Time -- Deconstructing Jerry's IT Mission -- From Source of Insight to Substance of Message -- IT Mission at Google -- Marriott IT: Vision, Mission, and Value Proposition -- Vision and Value -- Marriott IT's More Specific Mission -- Marriott IT's Third Level: "How We Create Value" -- Common Factors in Other IT Missions -- Where a Mission Is Most Needed -- IT Mission Take-Aways -- Chapter 4: Facilitating Corporate and Divisional Strategy -- An Executive Mandate, But . . . -- Interpreting the Mandate -- The CIO: Presumptuous or Logical? -- Focus Not on IT -- IT and Marketing: An Example of Facilitation Using SWOT Analysis -- Marketing's SWOT -- From SWOT to OGTM
Objectives for Marketing -- Commonalities with Other Divisions -- The Larger Cascade -- A Real-World Example: Red Robin -- Disconnection's Inflection -- Laping's Response -- Corporate-Wide IT -- IT as Partner -- Ambition to Grow Further -- Facilitation Take-Aways -- Chapter 5: IT Strategy Creation -- The Listening CIO -- Intel: Expecting Enough Value? -- Exploring Cross-Functional Tactical Needs -- Business Information Officers -- Searching for IT Strategic Insights in Divisional OGTMs -- Aligning on Data-Gathering Tools -- Sharing Human Resources -- From Divisional OGTM Tactics to IT OGTMs -- How IT Strategy Addresses Both Business and Technology -- Other Strategic Frameworks -- Procter & Gamble and OGSM -- Ecolab and VSEM -- Linking IT Strategy with the Strategies of the Rest of the Organization -- IT Strategy Take-Aways -- Chapter 6: Enterprise Architecture -- Four Facets of Enterprise Architecture -- Creating an Enterprise Architecture Function -- The EA Team -- The Tie to the OGTMs -- The EA Roadmap Demystified -- EA at Cardinal Health -- Steps at Cardinal Health -- Organizing the EA Team -- The Value of Cardinal Health's EA -- EA at NetApp -- Again We Start with Listening -- An EA Forum -- Documenting and Appraising the Current State -- Roadmapping a Future EA -- More Holistic IT Planning -- EA Governance and Staffing -- The Enterprise Architecture Payoff -- EA Take-Aways -- Chapter 7: Reviewing, Refreshing, and Communicating Strategy -- Reviewing and Refreshing Strategy -- Events That Should Trigger Review -- Time-Based Triggers -- Combining Time- and Event-Based Reviews -- Communicating Strategy -- Create a Communications Framework Equipped for Change -- An Evolving Communication of Strategy -- Principles Underlying Passerini's Effective Communication -- Intel IT's Annual Performance Report -- Leverage Communication Vehicles
Review and Communication Take-Aways -- Chapter 8: The Challenging Work Ahead -- In Bad Times or Good -- Why You, as CIO? -- Strategy: Still the Name of the Game -- Get Started -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Acknowledgments -- The Author -- Index -- End User License Agreement
The actionable guide for driving organizational innovation through better IT strategy With rare insight, expert technology strategist Peter High emphasizes the acute need for IT strategy to be developed not in a vacuum, but in concert with the broader organizational strategy. This approach focuses the development of technology tools and strategies in a way that is comprehensive in nature and designed with the concept of value in mind. The role of CIO is no longer "just" to manage IT strategy-instead, the successful executive will be firmly in tune with corporate strategy and a driver of a technology strategy that is woven into overall business objectives at the enterprise and business unit levels. High makes use of case examples from leading companies to illustrate the various ways that IT infrastructure strategy can be developed, not just to fall in line with business strategy, but to actually drive that strategy in a meaningful way. His ideas are designed to provide real, actionable steps for CIOs that both increase the executive's value to the organization and unite business and IT in a manner that produces highly-successful outcomes. Formulate clearer and better IT strategic plans Weave IT strategy into business strategy at the corporate and business unit levels Craft an infrastructure that aligns with C-suite strategy Close the gap that exists between IT leaders and business leaders While function, innovation, and design remain key elements to the development and management of IT infrastructure and operations, CIOs must now think beyond their primary purview and recognize the value their strategies and initiatives will create for the organization. With Implementing World Class IT Strategy, the roadmap to strategic IT excellence awaits
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: High, Peter A. Implementing World Class IT Strategy : How IT Can Drive Organizational Innovation New York, NY : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2014 9781118634110
Subject Information technology -- Management.;Information technology -- Technological innovations.;Technological innovations -- Management.;Management information systems
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