Whether you’re a CIO or an IT leader, you need a credible IT Strategy that not only impresses and influences your Board but is also relevant and readily available when they need it.
But creating a Business-linked IT Strategy is complex, manual, and laborious, entrusted to employees already busy supporting the business. Given their BAU workload and priorities, these employees work in silos and randomly when time permits, resulting in a disjoint strategy document that lacks cohesion and clarity. It also takes several months, so the strategy is out of date when completed. This expensive and inefficient process means 75% of your IT strategy budget is wasted.
The resulting IT Strategy is often tactical and inadequate, failing to influence the Board to make the right IT decisions.