Anyone considering purchasing or developing IT services and products should focus on their own organization and that of the supplier. The starting point is determining the business activity to be supported. The right IT solution and partnership – an optimal mix of contract and relationship – will automatically follow in a few logical next steps.
Excessive attention to modern digital technology distracts from the real basic challenges of CIOs, CTOs, CDOs and other tech leaders. Adoption of solutions is pointless without the right organizational structure. Only when everything and everyone is positioned in the optimal role and function, the right technology choices can be made.
Nowadays, technology and data are essential elements within your strategy. For succeeding in a digital world, the inevitable fusion of business and IT strategy is required: a digital strategy. This white paper introduces a 2×2 model helps you decide on the strategic focus of your digital ambitions.
This white paper explains the works of our Operating Model Canvas, an integral part of the Anderson MacGyver approach. The canvas will help organisations to reflect on the most effective and value added use of digital technology and to help shape the IT landscape.
DUTCH ONLY – In this whitepaper we describe how organizations can distil valuable knowledge from the excessive amount of available data, which can lead to an improved picture of customers, services, and business processes. We explain how customer value can be added to services and products, and how organizations can develop their capabilities to utilize data smarter.
DUTCH ONLY – In our opinion the degree of agility of an organization should be aligned with the context in which an organization operates. The more dynamic the context, the more agile the business should be organized. By writing this whitepaper we aim to contribute to the search for the optimal method to transform.
DUTCH ONLY – We analyse the value of IT-services. IT that generates business value for the organization should be allowed to cost some money. A service that contributes little or nothing to the organization, should not be a large expense and might even be terminated. We always assess the value of IT-services from multiple perspectives.