Bennet P. Lientz, Lee Larssen, Butterworth-Heinemann, 2004. Paperback: 304 pagesMany IT projects fail to deliver the benefits to the business that were promised. Yet IT managers and staff work hard to meet the needs of the business: Systems are put in place; network operations are reliable and stable. The cause is usually a misalignment of IT with the business. In this book, Bennet Lientz and Lee Larssen present over 200 specific, practical guidelines and steps that show how to: align IT and the business, develop methods that make IT more proactive in helping the business, more effectively manage vendors, avoid negative surprises, ensure that more projects are completed on time and within budget, among other things. The techniques in this book have been implemented in over 60 organizations around the world and in over 20 different industries, and the authors include several examples in each chapter to illustrate their points. Follow these proven recommendations to manage IT as a business that adds value to the company.* Techniques in the book have been implemented in over 60 organizations in over 20 countries * Guidelines show how to align IT and the business and make IT more proactive in helping the business * The authors present concrete method to manage IT as a business that adds value to the company
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