Reinventing the IT Department
'Reinventing the Information Technology Department' is both anecdotal and informal but deals with a subject which is of vital interest to Chief Information Officers and IT Managers, addressing questions such as:
* How does the IT department keep pace with business change?
* How do we provide stable and responsive IT platforms?
* How do we add recognised value to the organisation?
* How do I reinvent my department?
* How do I get onto the board?
It offers an alternative view of the new roles of the in-house IT function and proposes a rethink about IT services within companies, suggesting a self-help approach to redefining/reinventing in-house IT for CIOs.
The author explains that new modes of business thinking and operation are essential if a company is to succeed in the near future and in light of this covers topics such as self-organising systems, knowledge management, multi-stakeholder perspectives, and empowerment initiatives in relation to the overall business and in particular the IT function.
Each chapter contains implementation templates for the readers to take themselves through the repositioning or reengineering of the IT function and their own departments.
Puts forward action plans explaining how to reinvent the IT Department and keep pace with business change
Explains how IT managers can add recognised value to the organisation and get on the company board
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1 Introduction days of wine and roses
2 Im glad the hole is at their end of the boat business in the new world
3 Radicals and revolutions anarchists in our midst
4 Stop the revolution IT wants to get on board
5 Play up play up and play the game
6 If were so clever why cant we think? new way of thinking for IT
7 The soft stuff is hard the new businessIT relationship
8 Building on quicksand? the IT cornerstone architecture
9 The Canute effect bringing new technologies in
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