The Resource Optimizing IT to meet business objectives
- Optimizing IT to meet business objectives
- How can companies ensure that IT services are directed and optimized to implement critical business objectives? Wendell Jones of Cutter Consortium helps IT managers cope with what has become one of the most difficult -- yet exciting -- jobs in any organization. The program describes techniques that will help IT managers think and communicate like business executives, build relationships with key stakeholders, manage suppliers and providers, achieve two-way alignment between IT and business, anticipate and adapt to changing business requirements, and recruit, develop and retain quality staff. Track: Peak performance methodologies and proven practices that advance the management skills of IT professionals. Learning objectives: Describe why IT managers should understand their company's business as deeply and as broadly as the technology. Understand why it is necessary to build relationships with stakeholders. Suppliers, and other partners, develop the seven critical skill sets for IT managers
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