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Aligning Information Systems to Corporate Goals - IT Project Management

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An effective MIS is the one which the goals are aligned to the business. The essence of alignment is to take a top down approach in determining business needs.
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Aligning Information Systems to Corporate Goals - IT Project Management

  1. 1. Welingkar’s Distance Learning Division I.T. for Management CHAPTER-11 Aligning Information System to corporate Goals We Learn – A Continuous Learning Forum
  2. 2. Welingkar’s Distance Learning Division Aligning Information System to corporate Goals An effective MIS is one which is aligned to the goals of the business organization Changes happen in the business environment due to the Dynamic nature to the business Most of changes in the business environment happen usually at the Top level The essence of alignment is to take a Top down approach to determine business needs We Learn – A Continuous Learning Forum
  3. 3. Welingkar’s Distance Learning Division Aligning Information System to corporate Goals The systems at the lower level seem to be so unresponsive that they seem to be cast in cement We Learn – A Continuous Learning Forum
  4. 4. Welingkar’s Distance Learning Division Aligning Information System to corporate Goals While We appreciate the need to align the system atleast two method are used • Critical success factor • The Alfred Chandler Trilogy The essence of alignment is take top down approach. both these method take these approach We Learn – A Continuous Learning Forum
  5. 5. Welingkar’s Distance Learning Division Aligning Information System to corporate Goals End of Chapter 11 We Learn – A Continuous Learning Forum

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