Gartner Research

Key Governance Changes That IT Procurement Must Make to Become Adaptive and Agile

Published: 13 August 2015

ID: G00277527

Analyst(s): Stewart Buchanan, Guriq Sedha

Summary

Digital business demands innovation and differentiation strategies for your organization. As a catalyst for IT and business transformation, IT procurement leaders must change their governance framework and related procurement processes to align with Gartner's Adaptive Sourcing Model.

Table Of Contents
  • Key Challenges

Introduction

Analysis

  • IT Procurement Policy Must Distinguish Innovate, Differentiate and Run IT Procurement Initiatives to Balance Governance and Agility
  • Incorporate Gartner's Adaptive Sourcing Model Into Your Organization's Procurement Policy
  • IT Procurement Leaders Must Adopt an Adaptive Sourcing Approach and Fine-Tune Their Procurement Processes to Deliver Optimum Governance and Offer Agility That Is Critical for Business Success
  • Support Bimodal IT by Differentiating Your Technology Procurement Initiatives Into Innovate, Differentiate and Run to Ensure the Right Balance of Agility Versus Procurement Governance
  • Lead or Influence the Key Changes in Policies and Processes to Enable Adaptive Sourcing and Bimodal IT

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