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Five Disruptions That Could Render Your Information Strategy Obsolete, and What to Do About Them

Published: 25 September 2015

ID: G00276978

Analyst(s): Saul Judah

Summary

Unless organizations anticipate disruption and establish a dynamic process for renewing enterprise information management strategy, they risk failing to achieve business goals. CIOs and chief data officers must add disruption planning to their EIM strategy, so it remains aligned with those goals.

Table Of Contents
  • Key Challenges

Introduction

Analysis

  • Ensure You Have an Active Information Strategy in Place
  • Identify the Potential Business Disruptions You Will Encounter
  • Anticipate the Impact of Disruptions and the Actions Needed
    • Disruption 1: Reorganization
    • Disruption 2: Merger, Acquisition or Divestment
    • Disruption 3: Market Change
    • Disruption 4: Technology-Related
    • Disruption 5: Industry-Related

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