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  • 1. Business 2.0 Business and IT fusion
    Lecture 1: Mega-Trends & Introductions
    Dr Raymond Young (MBA, GAICD)
    Raymond.young@canberra.edu.au
  • 2. Business
    IT
    Introductions
  • 3. Megatrends: Agricultural - Industrial Revolution
    William Bernstein (2004) The Birth of Plenty. McGraw Hillhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTUZXwQwUJM
  • 4. Megatrends: Internet & Web2.0
    Insert slide from Prof Steven Burdon
  • 5. IT Megatrends
    Moore’s Law 1965 (Intel)
    processor chip density would double every 18 months
    By 2012 computers size of a brain to be created and cost $1k
    Advances in data storage
    Networking
    Ubiquity of the Internet and Web
    World communication network would be wireless and at worst require a strand of hire like connection!
    Emergence of broadband communication - Wireless
    Services ‘anywhere, anytime and on any device’
    ICT has become
    central to and pervades our work and in our life
    becoming people centric
  • 6. New Knowledge Society
    ICT continues to transform the way we live and work
    Effective use of ICT is fundamental to economic growth
    adoption of ICT contributed about one-third of Australia's productivity surge, contributes to 5% of GDP
    Increasing societal complexity is resulting from the adoption of new information technologies
    Need a population that is savvy and critical to select the technologies that enhance their lives and use them well rather than to simply reject or blindly accept them
    Past – knowledge used to create technology/mechanisation etc
    Now: 80% of the needs in ICT are for knowledge professionals – use of technology, business processes, people and their alignment to meet business goals
  • 7. The benefits of IT are not automatic!
    “The failed promises of the Information Age add up to the longest-running disappointment in business history.
    On the other hand, information technology has produced an enormous transition, something that companies should be grappling with and studying every day.”
    Jack Welch
    World Economic Forum, Davos, 1997
  • 8. Evolution of Use of IT
    IT
    Automation of
    Work
    Business
    IT
    Management of
    Information
    Business
    IT
    Business
    Transformation of Business
    Investments are increasing and...
    ... complexity is increasing!
  • 9. IT MegatrendsSmith (2006) p7
    Strategic
    Strategic
    Tactical
    Tactical
    Operational
    Operational
    Central
    Dzongkhag
    Gewog
    1990-2005
    Transformational
    Computing
    1980-1990
    Decentralised
    Computing
    • Applications and architecture alternatives
    • 13. Database management systems
    • 14. Networking concepts and wireless technologies
    • 15. Security, Smith (2006) p13
  • 16.
  • 17. Introductions – continued
  • 18. Business 2.0 - Business and IT FusionOverview of course
  • 19. Major Assignment
    Implementation of an IT Capital Planning and investment management process
    Best strategy to infuse technologies into organisations
    Stakeholder analysis
    Collaboration / influence strategy
    Change leadership
    Governance
    Metrics – to measure usefulness of technologies
    Strategy to balance portfolio of projects
    Governance structures
  • 20. Major Assignment
    Implementation of an IT Capital Planning and investment management process
    Best strategy to infuse technologies into organisations
    Stakeholder analysis
    Collaboration / influence strategy
    Change leadership
    Governance
    Metrics – to measure usefulness of technologies
    Strategy to balance portfolio of projects
    Governance structures
  • 21. Questions & Discussion