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Bus2.0   Business 2.0 - developing strategy in Bhutan
Bus2.0   Business 2.0 - developing strategy in Bhutan
Bus2.0   Business 2.0 - developing strategy in Bhutan
Bus2.0   Business 2.0 - developing strategy in Bhutan
Bus2.0   Business 2.0 - developing strategy in Bhutan
Bus2.0   Business 2.0 - developing strategy in Bhutan
Bus2.0   Business 2.0 - developing strategy in Bhutan
Bus2.0   Business 2.0 - developing strategy in Bhutan
Bus2.0   Business 2.0 - developing strategy in Bhutan
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Bus2.0 Business 2.0 - developing strategy in Bhutan

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  • 1. Business 2.0 Business and IT fusion <br />Lecture 2: Strategy I<br />Dr Raymond Young (MBA, GAICD) <br />Raymond.young@canberra.edu.au<br />
  • 2. Bhutan 5 year plan 2008-2013<br />Targets (pp49-50)<br />Interdepartmental themes<br />
  • 3. Bhutan 5 year plan 2008-2013<br />Targets (pp49-50)<br />Interdepartmental themes<br />
  • 4. Bhutan 5 year plan 2008-2013<br />pp49-50<br />
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  • 6. Output<br />Initiatives<br />Asset <br />Investments<br />Key Concepts (I)<br />10-year goals<br />↑ economy, ↑ jobs (↑quality)<br />↓ crime 5% & ‘feel safer’<br />↑ health<br />↓ waiting times (emergency, elective, …)<br />↑ education <br />↑ literacy/numeracy<br />>90% yr 12<br />↑ VET participation<br />↑ transport<br />↓ commuting times<br />↑ environment<br />↓ water usage 15%<br />Programs<br /> asset investments alone generally will not <br />lead directly to the realisation of strategic goals<br />
  • 7. Strategic Planning“less than 40% of us have worked in corporations in which formal business plans were maintained” CIO Wisdom (2004) p227<br />
  • 8. ‘A’ considerations: IT Planning checklistSource: CIO Wisdom (2004) p240<br />Internal vs external focusIdentify specific drivers<br />Major corporate & IT goals<br />Major customer and sponsor critical imperatives<br />KPIs<br />Cost of IT (% revenue or TCO)<br />Economic pressures (IT Budget)<br />Architecture and migration plans<br />Year-over-year project portfolio<br />Service levels and business service guarantees<br />Global business structure and network implications<br />Acquisitions and mergers – current and possible<br />Employee growth and retention<br />Hint: Make explicit assumptions about outsourcing, decentralisation<br />
  • 9. Plans your IT Organisation must haveSource: CIO Wisdom (2004) p239<br />Business recovery and resumption<br />Capacity plans to ensure SLA management for basic business functions<br />Technology plans<br />Ongoing security compliance<br />Network evolution<br />Approaches for (mandatory) upgrades of commerical packages<br />Year-over-year project budgeting<br />
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  • 11. Questions & Discussion<br />

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