A successful IT strategy should be pragmatic, proactive and productive. It thus forms the basis for making IT an enabler for your business.
- IT-Vision: Wo wollen Sie hin?
Welche Themen müssen priorisiert erledigt werden? Welche Ziele gilt es in naher Zukunft zu erreichen?
- Aktuelle IT-Organisation & -Infrastruktur:
Über welche Mitarbeiter, Prozesse und Technologien verfügen Sie derzeit und wie arbeiten sie zusammen?
- Lücken in der IT-Organisation & -Infrastruktur:
Welche Lücken in Bezug auf Mitarbeiterinnen, Prozesse und Technologie stehen zwischen der derzeitigen und der geplanten bzw. künftigen IT?
- Migrationsplan: In welchen Schritten sollen diese Lücken geschlossen werden?
Wer ist dafür verantwortlich? Was sind die Ergebnisse und die Zeitvorgaben?
How do you develop a pragmatic IT strategy?
The goal of the IT strategy is a plan for the strategic development of the IT organization, IT technology, IT processes and digital culture in order to achieve long-term corporate goals.
In this context, it is important that the IT strategy, in addition to the target picture, also provides approaches for pragmatic implementation, their strategic communication and progress controlling.
The results of the IT strategy provide clarity to the questions:
Organization of IT
Who is involved in IT in the company and does what?
IT technology & IT services
How do we design the hardware and software landscape and ensure information security?
How are IT processes organized? Support, operation, provision, security, consulting, etc.?
How is the culture and willingness to develop promoted in the IT department and business unit in terms of role, attitude, self-image and collaboration?
By linking corporate strategy, digital strategy and IT strategy analysis, a pragmatic target picture is defined.
It is the prerequisite for generating higher and measurable value contributions for the company. Most IT strategies fail during implementation because they do not build on this foundation or presuppose its existence for IT strategy development. Another success factor is the implementation competence and the installation of the ongoing operation.
To get a new IT strategy off to a good start, we first need a detailed analysis. We will also look at the general corporate strategy here for target identification. The analysis will result in a guideline for alignment and implementation. A plan for the transition.
The main reason why companies pursue an IT strategy is to reduce operational bottlenecks, build synergy effects and create added value through new or improved technology.
A good IT strategy can ensure the success of all your goals. In this way, it could successfully meet external challenges such as increasing competition. A well-thought-out IT strategy can also be a source of sustainable benefits.
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