Strategic IT Planning, Evaluation and Benefits Management: the basis for effective IT governance
Keywords: strategy, evaluation, benefits, alignment
AbstractThis paper reports on the results of an empirical study into the integration of strategic information systems planning and business-IT alignment, IT evaluation, and the proactive management of business benefits in large organisations, and to consider the linkages evident between these processes. An argument is developed which suggests that at the heart of good IT governance practice is an integrated cycle of building a business case, alignment and prioritisation of IT investments with business objectives and imperatives, evaluation, system acquisition, and post implementation proactive benefits realisation.
How to Cite
Marshall, P., & McKay, J. (1). Strategic IT Planning, Evaluation and Benefits Management: the basis for effective IT governance. Australasian Journal of Information Systems, 11(2). https://doi.org/10.3127/ajis.v11i2.112
Copyright (c) 1969 Peter Marshall, Judy McKay
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