Most of all, this book will startle you into new ways of thinking about the cutting-edge of Agile practice and where it may lead.
Author: Mark Schwartz
Publisher: It Revolution Press
Playful and thought-provoking, The Art of Business Value explores what business value means, why it matters, and how it should affect your software development and delivery practices. More than any other IT delivery approach, DevOps (and Agile thinking in general) makes business value a central concern. This book examines the role of business value in software and makes a compelling case for why a clear understanding of business value will change the way you deliver software.
Measuring the Business Value of Information Technology deals with computers/software.
Author: David S. Sward
Measuring the Business Value of Information Technology deals with computers/software.
IT makes decisions on IT architecture, independently from business. 3. ... Business and IT jointly make decisions on business application needs. 5. ... Fulfilment of specific business needs is the most obvious business value of IT.
Author: Shi, Nan Si
Publisher: IGI Global
"This book provides evidence-based insights into the management and contribution of IT in organizations, to offer practical advice & solutions, models and tools that are instrumental in getting business value from IT"--Provided by publisher.
Wesee that even in the hard - core business area of profits and financial value , information technology is ambiguous . It is often not clear whether IT produces financial value . The increasing use of IT in most sorts of businesses ...
Author: Namchul Shin
Publisher: IGI Global
"Addressing questions raised by managers and researchers over the last decade on the business value of information technology (IT), this book provides business professionals with a more precise rationale for making IT investments by detailing how computerization does not automatically create business value, but is one essential component that should be coupled with organizational changes such as new strategies, new business processes, and new organizational structures."
It is agreed by 76% of executives that sustainability contributes positively to shareholder value in the long term, ... 90% of executives agree that businesses need to collaborate to address the sustainability challenges they face.
Author: Ki-Hoon Lee
This book connects business sustainability to supply network-based value creation and enhancement, and tests a number of key propositions in complex supply networks to identify key challenges. Examining practical issues such as carbon trading, green product development, worker safety, child labour and relations with local communities, Business Value and Sustainability advances the understanding of sustainability in supply network management. In presenting a supply management perspective including a tighter control of the supply base and the development of supplier capability through collaboration with NGOs, the authors contribute to both the theoretical advancement and practical development of this field. The book aims to raise the sustainability standards of businesses in an increasingly complex and inter- and intra-connected global supply network.
On the contrary: the transformation requires close managerial attention as InfoSec integration has to be actively aligned with corporate objectives to ensure organisational fit and to achieve business value.
Author: Torsten Kriedt
Inhaltsangabe:Abstract: The beginning of the 21st century with the fear of the "Year 2000"-threat (Y2K) became a milestone for the "Information Age", a term coined for the post-industrial stage of leading countries [ ] when information and information technologies become the main strategic national resource which results in an avalanche growth of information dependence in all spheres of society and state activities. . In organisations the awareness of the dependence on information has led to corporate initiatives to treat information as an asset, which includes various efforts for its protection. Management trends such as "knowledge management" have identified "knowledge sharing" as a new means for achieving competitive advantage, thus promoting information to be disseminated. Due to an ever closer relationship with customers, suppliers and even competitors, organisations have expanded their "information network" outside of the original boundaries. The dualism of protection of information assets on the one hand and a free flow of information has been identified to become a challenge for organisations, described as [ ] how to satisfy this need to share information without exposing the organization to undue risk. . With the information society implying radical changes, the need to act has been accelerated by a new mindset reacting to the advent of "e-business". Information Security (InfoSec) is often mistaken to be a purely technical issue, handled by information system (IS) departments and used as a synonym for firewall, access controls, and encryption of e-mails. However, because of the risks involved for an organisation - including legal liabilities, loss of trust and severe financial damage - InfoSec needs to be a top management issue. Then again, although paying lip-service to treating information as an asset, top-management usually does not act upon it: the average InfoSec spending in the U.S. today is only 0.4 percent of an organisation s revenue. In the following work it will be shown that a new approach to and a new understanding of InfoSec is vital for organisations to excel in the challenges faced by the information environment of the 21st century. The key focus of this study is to link existing InfoSec approaches to the concept of business value by ensuring their strategic fit with the corporate objectives. The first part will provide a common foundation with an evaluation of the role of information for organisations, relevant trends [...]
This is a challenge that organizations and businesses are addressing through the development and management of their supply or value chains. Technology can provide a significant advantage in this area. However, before taking a look at ...
Author: Stephen McLaughlin
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
This book will appeal primarily to postgraduate business studies students who seek to better understand how to use technology to improve organizational performance. It provides insights into how technology can both positively and negatively influence the way we create, share, and act upon information and knowledge. Taking as a starting point the premise that we now live and operate in a knowledge intensive, information-driven world, where data is arguably the most valuable resource any organization possesses, it argues that we cannot see technology simply as a commodity or a cost to the business. Therefore, every organizational decision-maker must be more aware of the impact technology can have on the knowledge practices and habits of employees, building and sustaining collaborative relationships, and the ability to realise strategic goals in a dynamic and highly competitive environment.
Although it may be a bitter pill for HR to swallow, the overinvestment in critical talent is an essential strategy for enabling the creation of business value. Surely the employees working in Accounts Payable or Legal at organizations ...
Author: Thomas McGuire
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
Building Business Value through Talent uniquely describes how a CEO and CHRO can accelerate business growth by working together to design and operationalize value-driven talent strategies.
Water Stewardship and Business Value certainly does that and I recommend it to anyone interested in working with businesses to ensure that freshwater ecosystems and their services sustain people and nature.
Author: William Sarni
The tangible value of increased water efficiency, reuse and recycling and improved social license to operate are moving more companies to adopt water stewardship strategies. This book frames an expanded strategy for water stewardship and business value creation, including brand value, that benefits a range of stakeholders including consumers, customers, investors and employees. The book shows that until recently the linkage between full business value and water stewardship has been missing from the corporate agenda. This linkage and value creation from a leading water strategy is increasingly important to socially responsible investors and "aspirationals" who value companies that have a social mission or focus to their overall business strategy. In general the largest portion of a company’s market capitalization is intangible value and understanding how a water strategy contributes to this intangible value is essential. The authors include cases studies and a framework or path forward to guide companies as they seek to build leading water strategy that goes beyond water stewardship to drive full business value from this investment. The book establishes the linkages and value from an integrated water and business strategy and an approach for companies to follow.
Business value in general A business value, regardless whether the core of business are physical products or services, stands for all kinds of values created and accumulated as experienced by the involved stakeholders.
Author: Alexandra Barokova
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
Master's Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Business economics - Miscellaneous, grade: 1, University of Vienna (Institut für Betriebswirtschaftslehre), course: E-Business, language: English, abstract: The era of information technologies (hereafter IT) has lead to a shift from exchanging goods to services and at the same time to a tremendous increase of companies operating in the field of electronic business. As continuous changes of the environment take place in this field, it is crucial for the companies to come up with new technologies and solutions on a regular basis (Oliveira et al. 2002). This complex condition leads to on-going development, adaptation and maintenance of eServices, which are seen as a central part of any electronic business activity due to their contribution to interactivity, connectivity, increase of customer satisfaction as well as mass customization (Sheth and Sharma 2007). Succeeding in these mentioned tasks guarantees long-term benefits for the companies, helps them to achieve their stated targets, as well as to retain a strong competitive advantage, which is of a great importance. However, eServices need to be managed properly in order to really be a benefit for the company. One of these fundamental management tasks includes the continuous business value assessment of eServices, which is not only suitable for the calculation of the business value, but is also able to indicate, whether the eService contributes to the achievement of the company’s key performance indicators and how well it performs. The assessment of eServices business value is conducted using appropriate methods and metrics, which lies the midpoint of this Master thesis examination.
I hope you have enjoyed this excursion through the looking glass into the land of business value. It is a world that seems familiar but where the rules might be a little different than what we expect. I've tried my best to disorient you ...
Author: Mark Schwartz
Publisher: IT Revolution
For the first time, enjoy Mark Schwartz's two books on IT leaderhip in the modern enterprise world in one ebook bundle. A Seat at the Table and The Art of Business Value pave the path for the modern CIO and IT department.
During your climb toward increased business value, commit to bringing others along. Avoid making the journey by yourself. As you seek to serve the interests of your employees, customers, suppliers, ...
Author: Mark Jordan
In this strategy guide, The authors encourage readers to use it as an idea generator and a launching pad for business growth.
Written in plain English, this no-nonsense guide is filled with expert guidance that business owners, managers at all levels, investors, and students can use when determining the value of a business.
Author: Lisa Holton
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Business Valuation For Dummies is filled with expert guidance that business owners, managers at all levels, investors, and students can use when determining the value of a business. It contains a solid framework for valuation, including advice on analyzing historical performance, evaluating assets and income value, understanding a company's financial statements, estimating the cost of capital, business valuation models, and how to apply those models to different types of businesses.
The conduct of this activity will help asset owners evaluate the success of BIM and the business value it delivers. Benefits realisation management is a significant business process for asset owners to derive value from BIM.
Author: Jan Karlshoj
Publisher: CRC Press
eWork and eBusiness in Architecture, Engineering and Construction 2018 collects the papers presented at the 12th European Conference on Product and Process Modelling (ECPPM 2018, Copenhagen, 12-14 September 2018). The contributions cover complementary thematic areas that hold great promise towards the advancement of research and technological development in the modelling of complex engineering systems, encompassing a substantial number of high quality contributions on a large spectrum of topics pertaining to ICT deployment instances in AEC/FM, including: • Information and Knowledge Management • Construction Management • Description Logics and Ontology Application in AEC • Risk Management • 5D/nD Modelling, Simulation and Augmented Reality • Infrastructure Condition Assessment • Standardization of Data Structures • Regulatory and Legal Aspects • Multi-Model and distributed Data Management • System Identification • Industrilized Production, Smart Products and Services • Interoperability • Smart Cities • Sustainable Buildings and Urban Environments • Collaboration and Teamwork • BIM Implementation and Deployment • Building Performance Simulation • Intelligent Catalogues and Services eWork and eBusiness in Architecture, Engineering and Construction 2018 represents a rich and comprehensive resource for academics and researchers working in the interdisciplinary areas of information technology applications in architecture, engineering and construction. In the last two decades, the biennial ECPPM (European Conference on Product and Process Modelling) conference series, as the oldest BIM conference, has provided a unique platform for the presentation and discussion of the most recent advances with regard to the ICT (Information and Communication Technology) applications in the AEC/FM (Architecture, Engineering, Construction and Facilities Management) domains.
theories that extend the IT business value, e.g., Sabherwal and Jeyaraj , Schryen , Seddon , Sedera et al. , Trieu , Wixom and Watson . The studies on the IS success of DeLone and McLean [14–17], the IT adoption ...
Author: Ajith Abraham
This book highlights recent research on Intelligent Systems and Nature Inspired Computing. It presents 212 selected papers from the 18th International Conference on Intelligent Systems Design and Applications (ISDA 2018) and the 10th World Congress on Nature and Biologically Inspired Computing (NaBIC), which was held at VIT University, India. ISDA-NaBIC 2018 was a premier conference in the field of Computational Intelligence and brought together researchers, engineers and practitioners whose work involved intelligent systems and their applications in industry and the “real world.” Including contributions by authors from over 40 countries, the book offers a valuable reference guide for all researchers, students and practitioners in the fields of Computer Science and Engineering.
Building Innovation Capabilities for Business Strategies Anshu Saxena Arora, Sabine Bacouel-Jentjens, Jennifer J. Edmonds ... Global Business Value Innovations, International Marketing and Management Research, ...
Author: Anshu Saxena Arora
This edited collection is a uniquely positioned contribution of interrelated research papers about global business value transformations in both offline and online (digital) worlds. With chapters spanning multiple business disciplines such as strategy, organizational behavior and e-commerce, this book explores the impact of cross-cultural issues, characteristics and challenges with regard to global value innovations. The authors analyze the effects of institutional and regulatory change on international marketing and management from both traditional and digital perspectives, providing concepts and cases for students and academics.
For that purpose, you will need a number of dashboards that link specific IS programs, initiatives, or investments and the creation of business value. These IS/IT business-value dashboards, comprising a number of indicators, ...
Author: Marianne Broadbent
Publisher: Harvard Business Press
As information technology becomes increasingly essential within organizations, the reputation and role of the CIO has been diminishing To regain credibility and avoid obscurity, CIOs must take on a larger, more strategic role. Here is a blueprint for doing exactly that. This book shows how CIOs can bridge the gap between IT and the rest of the organization and finally make IT a strategic advantage rather than a cost sink.