Establish Business Capabilities As The Foundation Of Your Technology Strategy
September 23, 2010
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The old foundations of technology strategy — hot tech trends and business plans — have become inadequate, resulting in technology silos and hard-wired solutions. In a new era of innovation and fluidity, Forrester believes that business capabilities provide a new and better foundation for technology strategy. Enterprise architects should establish business capabilities as an organizing structure to directly connect their pursuit of continuous business improvement with the ongoing business and technology change necessary to deliver it.
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Table of Contents
- The Old Tech Strategy Foundations Are Inadequate
- Business Capabilities As The New Foundation
- Case Studies: Driving Results Through Integrated Business-Technology Change
- Start Building Your Capabilities Foundation Today
- Supplemental Material
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