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Your Definition Of Future Work Should Shape Your Operating Structure

Classify Your Future Work For Successful Delivery In The Long Run

June 4, 2020

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As firms become more customer obsessed, the CIO mandate becomes richer and more complex — and that shapes the work that IT organizations must do. To succeed in this ever-changing environment, CIOs must learn to build an adaptive IT operating model around the right work. Read this report to understand how the future definition of work is the foundation that drives the design of your adaptive IT structure. This report is one in a series of four reports covering the structure within an adaptive IT operating model.

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Table of Contents

  • Effective Operating Models Are Designed Around Value-Creating Work
  • Apply Six Design Principles For Adapting To Your Definition Of Work
  • Recommendations

  • Drive Your IT Structure Around The Work, Not The Skills
  • Supplemental Material
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