Improving Trust and Partnership Between Business and IT — Opening Statement

Posted January 31, 2015 in Business Agility & Software Engineering Excellence, Business & Enterprise Architecture, Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies Cutter Business Technology Journal

Building trust and partnership requires credible performance, accountability, common goals, and clear roles for all partnership members, which happens when leadership -- both business and IT -- defines the relationship in these terms.

About The Author
Pieter Ribbers
Pieter M. Ribbers is Professor of Business Information Management at Tilburg University and TiasNimbas Business School, the Netherlands, where he is responsible for the development of executive education in information management. Dr. Ribbers has contributed to national and international journals with scientific and professional publications and coauthored several books. As a consultant he worked for global companies, especially in the field of… Read More
Bob Benson
Bob Benson is a Fellow with Cutter Consortium's Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies practice. Mr. Benson applies more than 40 years of academic and corporate experience to assist companies and government agencies in understanding the business value of IT, strategic and financial IT management, strategic IT planning, effective IT application development, and IT governance. He has written more than 100 Cutter Consortium … Read More
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