Topic 06. Portfolio Management

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Topic 06. Portfolio Management

  1. 1. 1242.2219 Information System Economics IT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
  2. 2. IT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT The basic idea: Just as an investor does not invest everything in a single stock but buys a portfolio of securities to cover different circumstances, so an organization should plan a portfolio of applications and technologies.
  3. 3. IT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT First, an overview of existing types of systems and how they developed. Definitions of information system applications – attributes and functions
  4. 4. IT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT Example of Information System Definition
  5. 5. IT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT Attribute Definitions
  6. 6. IT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT Function Definitions
  7. 7. IT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT Development Paths
  8. 8. IT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
  9. 9. IT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT Information System Chronology
  10. 10. IT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT Future System Developments
  11. 11. IT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
  12. 12. IT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT Comparison of IS Development Directions
  13. 13. IT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
  14. 14. IT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
  15. 15. IT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT Evaluation methods
  16. 16. IT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT Strategic Plan Of the Enterprise Information Systems Architecture Information Technology Opportunities Business Organizations (that carry out plans) Alignment Impact
  17. 17. IT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT Knowledge Discussion Transactions Facilitate Interpersonal Work Support Intellectual Work Automate Mechanistic Work
  18. 18. IT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT Knowledge Discussion Transactions Facilitate Interpersonal Work (Office systems, Conferencing, Coordination) Support Intellectual Work (R&D, Process control, Design) Automate Mechanistic Work (Accounting, Production, Ordering)
  19. 19. IT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT Dimensions of Portfolio Management Industry competition nature of business (manufacture, supply chain, etc.) Organization sophistication existing portfolio balance Risk Future needs
  20. 20. IT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT Applications - Examples Financial General ledger Accounts receivable Cash flow Credit rating Production Hours worked Materials utilization Shop floor scheduling Automatic machining Robot control
  21. 21. IT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT Applications - Examples Personnel Announcements Position openings Personnel files Performance ratings Inventory Inventory deposits and withdrawals Reordering Order quantity optimization
  22. 22. IT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT Applications - Examples Decision Making Routine decisions – individual Routine decisions – group Strategic decisions - group Business Intelligence Information collection Information dissemination
  23. 23. IT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT Application Suitability – The Analysis Matrix
  24. 24. IT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT Application Learning and Success Assessment <ul><li>Are we organized to serve that line of business? </li></ul><ul><li>Do we have an “account manager” in IS who has responsibility for that line of business </li></ul><ul><li>Is there someone within that line of business who oversees IT activity and talks the business language? </li></ul><ul><li>Do we have the attention of its management? </li></ul><ul><li>Does the line of business offer an opportunity to use systems in new ways. </li></ul>
  25. 25. IT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT Situation Assessment The Information Technology Strategic Grid      
  26. 26. IT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT Information Technology Strategic Grid      

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