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Information technology and corporate strategy

a research perspective

by J. Yannis Bakos

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Published by Center for Information Systems Research, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institue of Technology in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesCorporate strategy, Information technology and.
StatementJohn A.Y. Bakopoulos, Michael E. Treacy.
SeriesCISR WP -- #124, Sloan WP -- #1639-85, Working paper (Sloan School of Management) -- 1639-85., CISR WP -- no. 124.
ContributionsTreacy, Michael Edmond Francis.
The Physical Object
Pagination22 p. :
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14051463M
OCLC/WorldCa12888686

  This begs the question: Are there unique ways that the information technology sector can give back, and if so, what are they? The answer lies in invigorating how the sector pursues corporate responsibility (CSR) strategies. CSR strategy has evolved considerably from where it was just a few years ago. Infonomics is the theory, study and discipline of asserting economic significance to information. It strives to apply both economic and asset management principles and practices to the valuation, handling and deployment of information assets. This book is for the burgeoning force of chief data officers (CDOs) and other information and analytics.

This new edition of The Strategic Application of Information Technology in Health Care Organizations offers a peerless guide for health care leaders to understand information technology (IT) strategic planning and implementation. Filled with illustrative case studies, the book explores the link between overall strategy and information technology strategy. World Class IT: Why Businesses Succeed When IT Triumphs is a IT management book by Peter A. High that aims to provide a framework by which CIOs and other executives can promote IT within a outlines five principles that align IT with business strategy and allow companies to monitor and improve IT's performance. The book highlights a s trend that Publisher: Jossey-Bass.

  Leave a Reply Author, Author Spotlight, Nurture Blog, Nurture Your BOOKS IT Paradigm Shift, IT Stragety, Nurture Your Book, R.M. Bastien, The Executive Leadership Guide to the New Age of Corporate Information Technology, Understanding the Corporate IT Strategy, Understanding the Corporate IT Strategy Game: What You Should . Communication is a key component of establishing information technology strategies early on in a business. Networking allows for divvying up a workload among various systems and allows the sharing of computing power. As companies begin to grow, they often find it more convenient and less expensive to have master copies of software or even data.


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This revised and fully-updated edition continues to present a comprehensive. IT strategy (information technology strategy) is a comprehensive plan that outlines how technology should be used to meet IT and business goals. An IT strategy, also called a Information technology and corporate strategy book strategy or IT/technology strategic plan, is a written document that details the multiple factors that affect the organization's investment in and use of.

Information Technology and Management Strategy. the first portion of the book describe the organizational. A corporate strategy for the control. fruITion: Creating the Ultimate Corporate Strategy for Information Technology. Creating the Ultimate Corporate Strategy for Information Technology. By: Chris Potts.

Narrated by: Ron Welch. "FruITion brings vividly to life the issues of being a CIO in today's corporate world and how IT, when properly integrated into the objectives of a. The information technology department must bring to life many of the strategic imperatives of the other functional units and business units of the company.

As a result, IT needs to weave itself Author: Peter High. Potts have taken a very alternative approach to discussing the subject of IT strategy and investment management. Instead of a standard business book the book is written as a novel following the CIO of a company who is challenged with rethinking and innovating how to approach IT strategy and the whole position of IT in the organisation/5.

Technology strategy (information technology strategy or IT strategy) is the overall plan which consists of objectives, principles and tactics relating to use of technologies within a particular organization.

Such strategies primarily focus on the technologies themselves and in some cases the people who directly manage those technologies.

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DEVELOPING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY STRATEGY FOR BUSINESS VALUE Journal of Information Technology Management Volume XVIII, Number1, 51 IT STRATEGY: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE At the highest level, a strategy is an approach to doing business [12]. Traditionally, a competitive business strategy has involved performing different activities thanFile Size: KB.

iew V of Information Technology’s Relationship to Business There are two basic concepts or principles that can be effectively executed and applied within an organization to help the organization succeed when it comes to Information Technology [1].

• Link Information Technology Solutions to Overall Business StrategyCited by: 3. Technology and Corporate Governance is a subject that has received a vast amount of attention, most of which has been directed toward relatively unimportant issues. Before I go on, I must say a word about the seemingly unlikely title of my presentation.

The title was chosen because technology is the keystone of our economic system. The File Size: 54KB. Corporate information management is a process of - strategic sense making, - planning the supply for future information needs, - increasing the utility value of available information resources, - eliminating redundant information, - ensuring compliance to legislation, - and increasing the return on investment in information technologies, 1.

Strategy is defined as "the determination of the basic long-term goals of an enterprise, and the adoption of courses of action and the allocation of resources necessary for carrying out these goals." Strategies are established to set direction, focus effort, define or clarify the organization, and provide consistency or guidance in response to the environment.

Information system needs a strategic orientation as without such orientation the will lose focus. More focus is given to technology whereas business needs are its primary focus. The strategic orientation of information systems helps it to have definable goals and objectives itself.

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My one suggestion is that she could have made more of how technology such as artificial intelligence (AI) can be a powerful enabler of the process she describes. Rare for a book on corporate strategy, Seeing Around Corners takes a turn near the end toward self-help. McGrath includes a fascinating exercise that asks readers to consider and.

In business, according to Earl’s levels of information strategy, Information system strategy (IS strategy) involves aligning information system development with business needs. It should be demand oriented and business focus. There are total three levels of Earl’s information strategy which are information system strategy, information management strategy, and information.

Definition: Corporate strategy encompasses a firm’s corporate actions with the aim to achieve company objectives while achieving a competitive advantage.

What Does Corporate Strategy Mean. What is the definition of corporate strategy. A corporate strategy entails a clearly defined, long-term vision that organizations set, seeking to create corporate value and motivate the. Understanding SPM requires an understanding of the organization's hierarchy of objectives and strategic initiatives.

To help in this, we need to understand the larger SPM framework, the strategic organizational context that includes process, governance, information technology, structure, people and culture (Exhibit 3).“A holistic approach to literacy is demanded to enhance metacognitive critical thinking abilities to consume information, counter misleading or false narratives, and further comprehend the associated issues with the technology such as bias, privacy, and security.”.Bob: This afternoon I have the pleasure of interviewing Chris Potts, Author of “FruITion: Creating the Ultimate Corporate Strategy for Information Technology” (Technics, ).

Technics Publications is operated by frequent contributor Steve Hoberman of “The Data Modeling Addict” feature column fame. Chris, First of all — Thank you for taking the time to .