The complete, unabridged secret to managing the IT Value Chain

un.jpgI’ve written a lot recently about the importance of value chain thinking for IT managers, and why managing the value streams that make up the IT value chain maximizes IT expenditure. I wanted to take a moment to thank everyone who’s taken the time to shoot me an email or interact with me on Twitter @MylesSuer about this topic. The more I talk to people in IT, the more I realize there’s momentum building around the idea of an IT value chain. To make the series easier to find, I’ve collected my posts here for easy reference:

 

IT Value Chain: How enlightened IT executives can maximize IT’s value

 

IT Value Chain: The Strategy to Portfolio Value Stream

 

IT Value Chain: The Requirement to Deploy Value Stream

 

IT Value Chain: The Request to Fulfill Value Stream

 

IT Value Chain: The Detect to Correct Value Stream

 

How can you apply the IT value chain to your IT business?

 

IT value chain: The roles of cloud and automation in business differentiation

 

7 ways to measure the efficiency and effectiveness of the IT Value Chain

 

 

Twitter: @MylesSuer

Labels: IT Value Chain
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Mr. Suer is a senior manager for IT Performance Management. Prior to this role, Mr. Suer headed IT Performance Management Analytics Product ...


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