Published: 17 November 2010
Analyst(s): Mike Rollings
Organizations are struggling to adapt to dynamic economic conditions. The struggle to adapt begets the business's realization that adaptations to strategy and execution must become a co-creative endeavor. The realization is as much about the need to blend planning and execution as it is to blend business and IT. In this management initiative document, Research VP Mike Rollings discusses how the necessity to unify the business and IT conversation causes organizations to remove distinctions between business planning and IT planning, as well as how disciplines that were once the purview of IT become woven into the fabric of business management.
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