IT Strategic Planning:
A customized approach with guardrails
Compare the technology plans of various organizations meticulously enough, and you will find no two are the same. Many are typed out; others exist only in the minds of IT staff. Some are brief, some detailed. They address distinct problems and business objectives. They are even given different names—one group's digital transformation strategy is another's IT roadmap.
But regardless of what you call it (we’re partial to “strategic plan”), the purpose of these documents is the same.
“An IT strategic plan aligns the organization’s technology platforms, processes, resources, and goals with its mission, vision, and business objectives,” said DelCor President Dave Coriale. “Don’t focus too much on templates or the artifact you create. The value is in the activities that occur to create it—the conversations you have, the connections you make, and the education you provide.”
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