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Digital Business Means Big IT Changes That Start With a Basic Business Portfolio Decision

Published: 22 May 2014

ID: G00263021

Analyst(s): Kurt Potter

Summary

Big change IT programs drive higher-level business portfolio analysis. The ability for CIOs to segment, split and combine IT portfolio categories creates a common vocabulary for new business outcomes and success. Portfolio commitments sell the culture and stakeholders on big change priorities.

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Analysis

  • Every Enterprise Is Supported by a Portfolio
  • Drive Portfolio Change With Symbols of Change
  • Engineering and Modeling of Portfolio Percentages
  • Portfolio Categorization Creates a Platform for Better Decisions and Choices
  • Starting and Ending With the Portfolio to Drive Big Change Inspiration

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