Business and information systems strategy is developed and aligned by focusing on challenges and potential solutions. Options are presented with objective measures including cost, benefit, ROI and timeline. Organizational readiness to support implementation and post-implementation is also considered.
Proven project management strategies are employed to ensure proper planning, communication, change management and steering committee oversight to drive projects to effective completion.
Organizational stewardship processes that have been perfected over the years can be deployed to evaluate information systems and other organizations. Evaluation of staff, processes, succession planning, etc. are major components of an organizational evaluation.