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

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