Session 3 It Architecture And Competitive Advantage

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Session 3 It Architecture And Competitive Advantage

  1. 1. Cisco Case © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  2. 2. what dose IS do? Accounting Finance Sales Human Production Resources MIS is the “glue” that ties businesses together… …and uses the technology that makes business work. © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  3. 3. IT architecture © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  4. 4. shows how hardware, software, database and network will be coordinated © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  5. 5. to achieve strategic goal of the firm © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  6. 6. a master plan that provides a technology vision for © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  7. 7. more than IT architecture “A digital nervous system requires a combination of hardware and software; it's distinguished from a mere network of computers by the accuracy, immediacy, and richness of the information it brings to knowledge workers and the insight and collaboration made possible by the information.” Bill Gates, Business @ The Speed of Thoughts © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  8. 8. Scott McNealy on Gates “He is right - I would be very nervous if my systems were based on their (Microsoft’s) platforms and products!” © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  9. 9. also includes © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  10. 10. organizational control © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  11. 11. funding model © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  12. 12. standardization © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  13. 13. particularly important for m- form organizations © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  14. 14. everyone thinks “I am unique!” © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  15. 15. evolution of corporate IT architecture © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  16. 16. centralized © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  17. 17. decentralized © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  18. 18. hybrid © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  19. 19. traditional view Back-end Systems Executives & Managers A firm’s value chain Suppliers Transaction Systems (ERP, MRP, TPS) Customers Enterprise DB © copyright 2005, youngjin yoo
  20. 20. network-centric view (service oriented architecture) CRM support Service Center Sales force Call ERP Manufacturing CRM infrastructure services Distribution Sales and Financials Resource Human Middleware RDBMS EAI Commerce Server ERP infrastructure services Shopping Payment Catalog Cart Application Server RDBMS RDBMS © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  21. 21. importance of service oriented architecture © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  22. 22. © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  23. 23. modular interoperable reusable flexible scalable © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  24. 24. standards common infrastructure © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  25. 25. SOA: a technical perspective © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  26. 26. © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  27. 27. SOA: a business perspective © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  28. 28. © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  29. 29. © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  30. 30. IT infrastructure is a strategic asset © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  31. 31. more than a tool © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  32. 32. not utility © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  33. 33. no overhead © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  34. 34. “let’s just have ERP” wouldn’t work © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  35. 35. it is a strategic decision © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  36. 36. must be a part of strategic decision- making process © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  37. 37. aligning business goals to IT © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  38. 38. how do I really know if IT is a strategic resource in my firm? © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  39. 39. where is your CIO in your organization? © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  40. 40. how is IT being funded? © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  41. 41. is IS a part of corporate G&A? © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  42. 42. where is IS plan in your strategic planning? © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  43. 43. who makes the decision? © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  44. 44. so, why should I care? © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  45. 45. accelerating technology innovations © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  46. 46. challenging long- held assumptions © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  47. 47. new ways of organizing relationship inside © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  48. 48. new ways of organizing relationship outside © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  49. 49. agility and innovations © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo
  50. 50. it is as strategic as it gets when it comes to information © copyright 2007, youngjin yoo

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