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Myles Suer
Facilitator. Contributor. Business Strategist focused on solutions to help orgs transform with data. Work . Opinions are mine.
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Yogesh Gupta 13h
Alignment is often Alongment ...
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Business alignment and transparency matter but are achieving it? Are they putting in place business stakeholder meetings that enable real alignment?
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IDG Contributor Network Jul 16
's weekly session recently tackled the importance of the business stakeholders meeting
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Paul Hutton 🇨🇦 Jul 16
Interesting topic. RT : Join this week’s 2-3 p.m. ET Thursday. Cleaning up the mess so the business can
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Aaron Barnes, CBRM Jul 16
Replying to @brmiceo
- curious how many of you are making the evolution from IT as a siloed service provider or as a low-value shared service to a true converged strategic partner sharing ownership of strategy and results by advancing your business relationship management () capability?
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Wayne Sadin 19h
I've had great success embedding Divisional & even IT teams within business units--while keeping architecture, security, networking, etc., centralized--to improve responsiveness & biz unit buy-in. Agree needs strategic input!
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Lluís Alfons Ariño 20h
The fact itself of differentiating IT meetings shows company's culture in terms of IT conceptualization and innovation. IT is still conceived on an operational level, does not contemplate the strategic component and loses innovation opportunities by placing within business
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Myles Suer 24h
The 10 most dreaded projects
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Wayne Sadin Jul 16
As "I know the price of everything & the value of nothing" (Oscar Wilde). Biz units need help enhancing revenue streams & reducing costs/risks--but that doesn't make our work "IT projects." Align cost with benefit for best outcome!
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Wayne Sadin Jul 16
should have frequent 'meetings' with execs, but don't rely on them exclusively. Informal, casual hallway & "hey, got a minute for a question?" encounters are valuable for good -biz relationships!
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Barney Loehnis Jul 16
. big tech programs should not get siloed in the division programs shld be structured so that biz retains ownership: ALL serve the biz goals; all are accountable for the outcomes; people/ biz actively seek updates as they understand the impact of success.
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Myles Suer Jul 16
Business alignment and transparency matter but are achieving it? Are they putting in place business stakeholder meetings that enable real alignment?
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Business alignment and transparency matter, but are achieving it? via
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Join this week’s 2-3 p.m. ET Thursday. Cleaning up the mess so the business can
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Myles Suer Jul 15
Vanguard priorities. What is most important and how should its delivery be measured.
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Dion Hinchcliffe Jul 15
My take: The role of has always been fraught. It's the connective tissue between IT + the business in the best of times. An ivory tower over-engineering + prematurely optimizing at its worst. What's clear: Loosely-coupled, open, simple architectures tend to win
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