Achieving Information Superiority: A Framework to Measure Business Operating Model Performance

Posted March 9, 2017 in Business & Enterprise Architecture, Data Analytics & Digital Technologies Cutter Business Technology Journal

In today’s global socioeconomic landscape, with its multitude of varied and disruptive technological innovations, business organizations are forced to quickly respond and evolve. Continuous business transformation is the new normal. Business executives are expected to make informed and leading decisions against a dynamic business transformation baseline. In such an environment, quantifying the business operation’s effectiveness is a challenge and becomes particularly important when many critical operational decisions demand hard evidence. This is where the doctrine of information superiority comes into play. 

About The Author
Tarun Malviya
Tarun Malviya is a consultant with the Global Consulting Practice of Tata Consultancy Services. Mr. Malviya has more than 10 years of multi-geography business and IT consulting experience working with top-tier clients across different industries. He has expertise in business process design and improvement, business and IT architecture, and operating strategy. Mr. Malviya holds a master’s degree in mechanical design from MNNIT Allahabad, India.… Read More
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