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tech. strategy

 
#1 tech. strategy
15/07/2003 00:00

James

Is there anyone out there who can offer advice on what constitutes technology strategy, and its consultancy offering, within the leading usual suspects....thanx

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#2 Re: tech. strategy
16/07/2003 00:00

Thomas E. Lah

James: I'm not sure exactly what you are asking. However, if you are looking for insights on aligning technology product strategy with services strategy, I would refer to the book "Building Professional Services: The Sirens' Song".

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#3 tech. strategy
18/07/2003 00:00

Wizard of Oz

Rather than detailed, process-intensive consultancy/systems integration projects, strategy projects are typically short and sharp engagements, where clients do not necessarily require complete hand-holding, but rather pieces of advice, for critical stages in a project life-cycle. This of course will vary according to technological-domain or business-discipline.

Another way of viewing strategy = "the view from 30,000 feet."

i.e. the type of issues that CIO's/CTO's/IT directors typically face (for listing of top-10 issues visit www.metagroup.com; www.forrester.com, et.al.)

Conultancy offerings will differ according to both size and structure of firms, but typically one would associate tech strategy with the technology offerings of strategy houses (McK, BCG,et. al.) rather than say the big 5.

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#4 Re: tech. strategy
22/07/2003 00:00

Jeyaseelan

Generally tech strategy includes redefining the scope of IT.

Objective:

Identify the pain areas of the organization within the application space and see how best technology can address them.

Goal:

Enable the organization to keep pace with its current and future business needs and recommend a holistic IT Strategy to empower the sustained growth

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#5 Re: tech. strategy
25/07/2003 00:00

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James

Pretty good question since this is usually a requirment in many of the big outsourcing deals. Most companies want to know where the sourcer will lead them once they get started. This leads to what constitutes a tech strategy. Think of a business plan with similar components: vision, biz strategy/objectives, market research, gap analysis, etc.....then you "tune" to IT and the client. Hope this helps

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