This is the third in a series of blog articles to be published by the HEUG Board of Directors, Integrations Work Group. We hope that these articles inspire and encourage member institutions to think carefully about integrations and the necessary practices and disciplines needed to manage them.
Over the past year, those of us who are fortunate enough to lead the HEUG have been engaged in a strategic planning process. For those of you attending Alliance you will hear more about it at the meeting of all members on Wednesday morning of Alliance week.
In the last blog entry, we looked at some of the first principles of IT strategy – things that should be addressed within an IT strategy document. In this blog entry, we explore in more detail, some of the fundamental aspects of tying IT strategy to the business. A key relationship that develops
In the last blog entry, we looked at the need for IT Strategy. In this blog we will look at some of the foundational elements and perspectives used in development of a good IT strategy. Google ‘IT strategic plan’ – go ahead and try it. Once you find some hits, take the time and look at some of the
This represents the first in a series of 10 blogs designed to give a bottom up approach to looking at IT Strategy.
Have you heard some of the old adages related to strategy and planning?
"If we fail to plan then we plan to fail"
"If we don’t know where we are going, any road will get us there"