Business/IT Fusion: How to Move Beyond Alignment and Transform IT in Your Organization
Business/IT Fusion - How to move beyond alignment and transform IT in your organization is a business book authored by Peter Hinssen. It discusses an approach to IT management that moves beyond the classic model of business/IT alignment: alignment focused on the collaboration between business and IT, Hinssen suggests that the future evolution in IT lies in the convergence of the two parties: integrating IT into the business rather than treating it as asupplier. The work is presented as a guidebook to "IT 2.0"
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The role of IT is changing
The elements of Fusion
Beyond Supply and Demand
Rightbrain thinking in IT
A brief history of Alignment models
Nolan and McFarlan
Working with the models
Building the new skills landscape
uniting the clans
The transformation of people
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Business/IT Fusion: How to Move Beyond Alignment and Transform IT in Your ...
Peter Hinssen,Jeroen Derynck
No preview available - 2009
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