Tag Archives: Information Technology

Thinking Beyond Projects: The Waves Of Organization

Posted on 05. oct, 2010 by .

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(versión en español más abajo) The reality is that it takes a long time and a lot of learning to make the best of your technology. Many business leaders think of “technology projects” as phases to be overcome, storms to be weathered. They cannot wait to get back to ‘normal’ business, with the costs and […]

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Information Technology: Commodity or Strategic Resource? (1)

Posted on 24. may, 2010 by .

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A few years ago, a paper in the Harvard Business Review raised a heated controversy.  It was titled “IT Doesn’t Matter”.   The basic tenet of the author was intriguing: IT has become a commodity, “affordable and accessible to everyone, it no longer offers strategic value to anyone … Now that IT is ubiquitous, we must […]

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Managing IT Resources to Create Business Value

Posted on 08. mar, 2010 by .

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(Versión en español más abajo) As the global business environment has become more dynamic and complex, competition among companies has accelerated to unprecedented levels even amid tighter budget constrains. IT is today a critical tool in attaining desired levels of growth and competitiveness, often constituting a major portion of an organisation’s capital investment. The irony […]

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