IT's Change Imperative: No IT Professional Left Behind

by Peter McGarahan

Innovative technology advances as well as their applications and possibilities will force a radical change in the traditional IT organization, culture, and profession. The current wave of technology innovation, business trends, and technology spending will pressure the IT organization to accelerate its organizational change plan to survive and thrive. Organizations across the globe are planning for their eventual transformation -- of strategy, structure, people, process, and tools. Are all IT organizations aware, prepared, and committed to make these necessary changes? They can best prepare by taking a fresh perspective and including an organizational change management plan via a facilitated, cross-functional discussion. Focus on what IT should look like in the end and then design a new IT model that can dynamically align IT with the business and the customer service goals that deliver value.

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IT's Change Imperative: No IT Professional Left Behind22 June 2010

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