The IT Efficiency Imperative<br />IDC Directions 2010<br />
Driving Business InnovationThe IT Efficiency Imperative<br />
Survival of the . . .Can Your IT Keep Up?<br />
Why Does This Happen?A Look at the Application Life-Cycle<br />The Core / Context Model<br />from<br />Geoffrey Moore’s Bo...
Processes<br />Core<br />Context<br />Differentiating<br />Commodity<br />Mission<br />Critical<br />Dept. Apps<br />Non<b...
Processes<br />Core<br />Context<br />Differentiating<br />Commodity<br />Package App<br />- Stable -<br />Biz Apps<br />I...
So What Can We Learn From the Model?<br />
Packages should be considered for all Commodity processes.<br />If more than 15 - 25% of the package has to be customized ...
Make sure they have well defined APIs to access everything<br />Why?<br />	This will give you flexibility when a Core proc...
Invest in a development platform and methods that reduces the risk and cost associated with change<br />Make tasks like re...
Empower Shadow IT<br />Invest in technology that helps control the transition process from non-mission critical to mission...
Analyze your application portfolio using Moore’s the Core / Context model<br />Buy packages when:<br />They are for ‘stabl...
Wednesday at 15:25 - DGALThursday at 11:00 - Hovione<br />Recognizing Innovation and EfficiencyAgility Award CeremonyOutSy...
Thank You<br />
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The CIO's IT Efficiency Imperative

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In today's tough economic times innovative companies will capture new market share by taking advantage of shifts in buying behavior, new market needs, etc. However, to succeed, IT must deliver the new custom applications necessary to support the innovation.

This presentation identifies four keys to drive IT efficiency and effectiveness based on Geoffrey Moore's Core / Context model from his book 'Dealing with Darwin'.

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  • This presentation was delivered at IDC Directions 2010. Here's a short summary of the event, plus a cool highlights video: http://blog.outsystems.com/aboutagility/2010/10/making-a-show-at-idc-directions-2010.html
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  • Make the point that IT is critical to help the business support innovative processes that drive differentiation and go after new market opportunities.
  • Survival depends not so much on being fit and strong but being very smart! And part of that ‘smart’ equation is having a very efficient and effective IT organization. In the last 20 years technology has made great leaps but for most companies IT is perceived to still be slow to respond, prone to not deliver what is needed, and plagued with inefficiency. So why is this?
  • The CIO's IT Efficiency Imperative

    1. 1. The IT Efficiency Imperative<br />IDC Directions 2010<br />
    2. 2. Driving Business InnovationThe IT Efficiency Imperative<br />
    3. 3. Survival of the . . .Can Your IT Keep Up?<br />
    4. 4. Why Does This Happen?A Look at the Application Life-Cycle<br />The Core / Context Model<br />from<br />Geoffrey Moore’s Book<br />Dealing with Darwin<br />
    5. 5. Processes<br />Core<br />Context<br />Differentiating<br />Commodity<br />Mission<br />Critical<br />Dept. Apps<br />Non<br />Mission<br />Critical<br />Shadow IT<br />
    6. 6. Processes<br />Core<br />Context<br />Differentiating<br />Commodity<br />Package App<br />- Stable -<br />Biz Apps<br />IT<br />Niche<br />Apps<br />Strategic<br />Mission<br />Critical<br />OFFLOAD<br />Payroll<br />Dept. Apps<br />Non<br />Mission<br />Critical<br />Shadow IT<br />
    7. 7. So What Can We Learn From the Model?<br />
    8. 8. Packages should be considered for all Commodity processes.<br />If more than 15 - 25% of the package has to be customized to fit your processes<br />DON’T BUY!<br />When Should I Buy a Package?<br />
    9. 9. Make sure they have well defined APIs to access everything<br />Why?<br /> This will give you flexibility when a Core process needs to take advantage of your packages’ process and data.<br />When You Buy Packages . . .<br />
    10. 10. Invest in a development platform and methods that reduces the risk and cost associated with change<br />Make tasks like refactoring fast, easy and low risk<br />Embrace a ‘Build to Change’ Mentality!<br />Stabilize the Cost of Change<br />
    11. 11. Empower Shadow IT<br />Invest in technology that helps control the transition process from non-mission critical to mission critical<br />Easy to scale<br />Fast to change<br />Innovate With the Right Technology<br />
    12. 12. Analyze your application portfolio using Moore’s the Core / Context model<br />Buy packages when:<br />They are for ‘stable’ commodity processes and require less than 25% change<br />The offer excellent APIs<br />Invest in technology and methods that will meet the needs of your core applications<br />Iterative ‘Agile’ development<br />Easy to scale<br />Fast and low risk to change<br />Embrace a “Build to Change” Mentality<br />Making IT More Efficient<br />
    13. 13. Wednesday at 15:25 - DGALThursday at 11:00 - Hovione<br />Recognizing Innovation and EfficiencyAgility Award CeremonyOutSystems Stand <br />
    14. 14. Thank You<br />

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