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Achieving Business Alignment/IT Strategy

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Lucas Karbanowicz

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Achieving Business Alignment/IT Strategy
Capability Maturity Model
Question
and
Answers
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OSS is not IT/Business aligned. IT/Business alignment is a necessary key for success, by increasing productivity and performance whilst minimizing unnecessary costs, allowing the business to reach more goals and ultimately increase profitability.

CoBIT makes Business aligned with IT by using the self assessment template to score the business.
CoBIT and Achieving IT Alignment
OUR ANALYSIS 0.2
Capability Self-Assessment
IT-Related Goals:
EMD01 - Ensure Governance Framework Setting & Maintenance
EDM02 - Ensure Benefits Delivery
APO01 - Manage the IT Management Framework
APO02 - Manage Strategy
APO03 - Manage Enterprise Architecture
APO05 - Manage Portfolio
APO07 - Manage Human Resources
APO08 - Manage Relationships
BAI01 - Manage Programs and Projects
BAI02 - Manage Requirements Definition
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Formula = ∑ ratings / number of criteria assessed
Oz Software Solution = 2 / 10
Earls Multiple Methodology
Luftman's Maturity Model
Strategic Alignment Model (SAM)

Whats Next?
Top-Down

Bottom-Up
Inside-out
The spiderweb Diagram shows,
OSS has a poor understanding of adopting CoBIT standards, but also gives a 2-3 year goal for OSS to achieve a higher ranking towards success.
Oz Software Solutions need to urgently look at increasing their understanding of IT Governance so that they can reach an optimal level of IT Alignment.

By simply adopting the models in which help identify and grade the current system, and set future goals.

CoBIT is a framework, but it isn't the answer, to fix the entire problem.
Henderson & Venkatraman’s
Business Strategy
Information Technology Strategy
Information System
Infrastructure and Process
Organization Infrastructure and Processes
Internal
External
Business Domain
IT Domain
Business
Information
System
Products
and Services
Technological
Transformation
Business
Transformation
Linkage
Automation
Products
and Services
Scope
Competencies
Governance
Scope
Competencies
Governance
Structure
Processes
Skills
Infrastructure
Processes
Skills
Cross Domains

Anchors-Strong Point, Pivet- Weak Area which must go under change
Area of Impact- Directly effected by change of the pivet
Strategic Fit
Luftman's SAMM
OSS does not even reach the first level, when rating the top 10 processes for achieving Business and IT alignment

Critical success factors

Strategic opportunities

Business goals
Present Situation

Starting point to plan

Evaluated by users
IT offered opportunities

Innovative ways to give an advantage
Profitability
Employee functionality
Client satisfaction
Working processes
Number of clients
Number of countries
Innovation
Performance
Integrity
Teamwork
No real fundamental strategies
No real goals to increase performance/productivity
Little to no internal processes
Little to no organisational structure
Staff awards
Expanding internationally
Non-for-profit assistance
Increased communication techniques
This should result in the alignment of IT and IS investment with business needs.
This should result in the alignment of IT and Business needs within individual departments
This should encourage everybody within the organisation to become aligned
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