It’s not just IT that slows down the business. In a recent study 20% of companies reported they have NO innovation strategy and more than 50% of companies reported that their innovation strategy was mis-aligned with their business strategy and that their culture poorly supported it . However, if we look at the IT side of an organization we often see the same kind of figures: 70% – 80% of.
I previously wrote about Enterprise Agile, not because I just want to put the “enterprise” moniker in front of everything, but because I think there are some fundamental challenges in moving to agile software development practices within enterprises, as opposed to startups. This follow-up post is triggered by the following comment on my previous article about this subject: Where we are struggling as an organization is the whole enterprise adopting agile. Sales and.
No, this is not a typo… I really mean Enterprise Agile, not the subject of some of my previous articles about Agile Enterprises. I hear you sigh: do you really need to put the enterprise moniker in front of everything? Although this is a fair question I think enterprise agile is not just a buzz word. Agile on a bigger scale, in a big enterprise, is different from agile in.
Companies often have more applications than the business needs. This means IT is spending resources on legacy applications instead of focusing on business innovation and growth. This years Application Landscape Report published by Capgemini concluded: One of the top priorities of today’s CIO is to build closer alignment between IT and the business. However to achieve this goal, IT first needs to deal with its own inhibitors to change. We.