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CIO Advisory: Top 10 Questions You Need to Ask When You Are in the Midst of a Strategic Change

Published: 05 October 2010

ID: G00205314

Analyst(s): Jorge Lopez

Summary

With CEOs claiming that we are entering a period of higher volatility in the years ahead, they must conquer the key source of executive and company failure: managing strategic change. How can a company get better at managing strategic change? We provide a checklist for IT action.

Table Of Contents
  • Overview
  • What You Need to Know
  • How to Tell If You Are in the Midst of a Strategic Change
  • Ten Questions to Ask in the Midst of a Strategic Change
    • Contextual Questions
    • Implementation Questions
    • Organizational Questions
  • Bottom Line

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