All enterprises are dealing with information overload. CIOs who achieve strategic information management develop a sharp focus on answering critical business questions and creating opportunities for the enterprise.
Conventional management thinking evolved to handle a business environment of relatively predictable change and competition. Today, management thinking is evolving again as executives learn to lead in an environment of constant change.
Growth remains a top priority for CEOs, with revenue growth and increasing market share outstripping lowering the cost base as strategic priorities. Because of this, enterprises are seeking to deepen their penetration in home markets and enter new markets.
Organizations are reorganizing to become more customer-centric. This provides an opportunity for I.S. to come out of the back office and become a key player in enabling growth by helping the enterprise connect closely with its customers
In the last two decades, we have seen the IS organization mature in its approach to software development. Now, a similar transformation is also happening in the IS organization itself, and in its use of standards to improve IS processes. Enterprises are achieving significant results by using IT standards.
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