Failing to implement a clear technology strategy can lead to all sorts of problems, including misinterpretation and the inefficient use of resources.
In this paper we look at how to assess an organisation’s technology management strategy by addressing the following three questions:
- What is the technology management strategy (STRATEGY)?
- How will it be delivered (EXECUTION)? and
- How do we know it’s been delivered well (GOVERNANCE).
Then, having identified the challenges and issues associated with devising an appropriate technology management strategy, the paper lays out a suitable framework for successful delivery using Brickendon’s Advise, Change, Do philosophy.