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Developing the business conversations for IT – how can you convince your business stakeholders to include you? Rob Lambert, visiting fellow at Cranfield School of Management, offers advice to CIOs on developing business cases and maximising the business value of digital technology projects. The presentation covers, tips expressing the organisational value of digital technology, a framework for business stakeholder analysis and benefits realisation, and tips for understanding the implications for IT investment & governance. Access >>>
Table of contents
- The increasing need to ensure effective change investments
- An indicative benefits network
- Creating the programme architecture is the key to success
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