Saturday, June 1, 2019

The trouble with most strategies


The trouble with most strategies is that they don’t indicate what the business value is, and what strategic or tactical business benefit the organization is planning to achieve. Unaligned strategic information system obstructs the development of IT. Path dependence, or the implications of prior IT decisions, is another barrier for alignment. A broader view of intended alignment, focusing on IT combined with clear business vision, can be beneficial for adding future IT resources. In addition, dynamic capabilities, which are critical for the creation and strength of IT resources, positively influence the alignment process and its future implementation success.

Chan, Y. E. (2007). IT alignment: What have we learned? Journal of Information Technology,22(4), 297-315. Retrieved from http://www.freemanagementresources.com

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