The paradigm shift of better IT affects any company that wants to elevate its operational maturity level, regardless of the starting point. This is becoming a competitive imperative, given the benefits.
Without a concrete plan in place, businesses tend to focus on the short term, ignoring less-frequent expenses, underfunding future productivity investments, and even missing their own business targets.
I recently shared my thoughts on why good IT planning drives business success, and how a lack of IT planning results in technical debt. Unfortunately, we continue to meet with business leaders whose IT is a mess due to poor IT planning. Too many leaders continue to...