There’s no question that the strategic planning process is changing. For example, start ups that can engage IT early on and secure technology quickly put larger organisations with more bureaucracy to navigate on the back foot.
An article we found on CIO.com looks at what the changes to the strategy planning process means for IT, specifically the CIO. One finding of note in the article is that IT projects are now increasingly treated as business endeavours rather than technical ones: “They are framed as the automation of business processes that support strategy. When they are successful they are incremental, and the technology is used as foundational, paving the way for other strategic projects.”
You can read the article in full on CIO.com here.