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Title Informal Methodology for the Process Of Strategic Planning
Abstract <p>Information Strategy (IST) defines the role of information resources, services, and technologies (information technologies - IT) in an organization to support the organization goals and processes. Information strategy represents a part of the Corporate Business Strategy (CST) of any large organization.</p> <p>A correctly created and continuously updated IST forms a framework for the realization of IT projects. The existence of this framework allows the precise definition of the borders between various projects, as well as their cross-links. The individual definition of a particular project then only clarifies its scope without the risk of unwanted overlaps with other projects. Last but not least, IST allows to the monitoring of the success of IT projects, and the correspondence of their outputs with business goals and needs of the organization.</p> <p>This document describes the role of IST as an integrating environment for proposing and realizing IT projects in a large organization. Further we describe a methodology to create an IST for an organization.</p>
Organisation CCLRC , BITD
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Miscellaneous Informal Methodology for the Process Of Strategic Planning . 2000
Miscellaneous 2000. Deliverableonepointone.doc 2000
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