Managing IT as a Business: A Survival Guide for CEOs (Google eBook)
With "Managing IT as a Business" you'll get practical advice on how to unleash the full potential of this critical function so that companies can derive maximum benefit. It offers a proven plan for bridging the gap between CEOs and CIOs that has, until now, impeded their ability to work together in order to craft objectives, establish budget guidelines, and develop metrics for measuring IT value and success. In short, with this book as a guide, business leaders will learn how to manage IT as they would any other functional business unit.
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Get the CIO on the Executive Team
Link IT Strategy to Corporate Strategy
IT Management Is about Relationship Management
Align the IT Organization Structure with Profitability Drivers
Understand the Real IT Spend
Focus on Outcomes Not Process
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