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Lean: The New Business Technology Imperative – A Business Technology (BT) Report

Lean Thinking Is Central To The Shift From IT To BT

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Everyone wants to be lean these days, whether when stepping off a scale in the morning or reviewing the cost of running a successful business. But just how do you define "Lean" — especially in the context of business and technology? Do you think of Lean as a way to drive down costs for technology solutions? Or does Lean conjure visions of streamlined business processes that deliver ever-higher levels of productivity and quality? Or does Lean mean creating a Lean business that delivers more customer value and innovation to compete in today's Lean economy? We assembled some of our top analysts on this subject and put them to the test in a no-holds-barred roundtable discussion. The truth is that you must embrace Lean from all perspectives — people, process, and technology — and focus as much on adding value as on eliminating waste.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Lean Thinking Is About Adding Value As Well As Reducing Waste
  • Lean Means Information Technology (IT) Becomes Business Technology (BT)
  • Lean Thinking Transforms Application Development And Delivery
  • Lean Thinking Reshapes Your Solution Provisioning Strategy
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