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Integrated Thinking: The Answer to Enterprise IT's Perpetual Struggle.

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This infographic is based on a study commissioned by EffectiveUI and conducted by Forrester Consulting, which uncovered the reasons why enterprise application development teams struggle to keep up …

This infographic is based on a study commissioned by EffectiveUI and conducted by Forrester Consulting, which uncovered the reasons why enterprise application development teams struggle to keep up with workload and deadlines. The detailed results are included in a special report, along with the benefits of an Integrated Thinking approach as a solution.

The full report can be found at http://www.effectiveui.com/integratedthinking/.

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  • 1. Integrated Thinking: The Answer To Enterprise IT’s Perpetual Struggle Application development teams are needed and more relevant than ever before. But, the struggle continues despite adopting agile methods and digesting a constant flow of new software development tools, technologies, and cloud services. Complexity, lack of priorities and direction, and siloes in the organization Enterprise application development teams struggle to keep up 61 can’t deliver % WHY? A mere 39% of surveyed business decision-makers say that IT has the ability to regularly deliver on time and on budget. Complexity, lack of priorities and direction, and siloes in the organization Top obstacles IT organizations face in developing and enhancing in-house developed applications. 56 34 % 50 Ever-changing business and user requirements % % Lack of clear executive direction 34 32 % Lack of stakeholder consensus % Lack of the right development talent We are trying to do too much at once ’On-time’ and ‘on-budget’ are certainly important , but they are not the ultimate measurements of success. Is IT creating usable, useful, and desirable applications that drive ROI? In-house development teams do an “OK” job, but most fail to “WOW” Only 20% of IT decision makers surveyed reported that they are very satsified with the user experience of their customer-facing Web applications and only 14% were very satisfied with their customer-facing mobile applications. 20 % very satisfied In-house developed web applications 14 % very satisfied In-house developed mobile applications Business’ satisfaction level with its IT department is lower than 50% Are you satisfied with your IT department’s ability to meet your technology needs? 54 % Dissatisfied or Neutral Are you satisfied with your IT department’s understanding of what you need to be successful? 55 % Dissatisfied or Neutral Integrated thinking = combine and conquer Application development teams need to see the big picture, making design decisions from all perspectives: business goals, customer experience, business processes, employees, technology, architecture and integration. How can IT do a better job to meet their users’ needs for better software? Take back responsibility for great applications with integrated thinking. Task integrated design with people who understand both business and technology. Source: "Integrated Thinking: The Answer to Enterprise IT's Perpetual Struggle", October 2013 A commissioned study by Forrester Consulting on behalf of EffectiveUI www.effectiveui.com/integratedthinking Measure every design decision based on its impact on user experience.