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When IT Isn't Strategic, Bad Things Happen
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Lexie Liang,
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10/25/2011 | 3:31:06 PM
re: When IT Isn't Strategic, Bad Things Happen
Great stories! Thank you for sharing your insight on strategic IT as a CIO.

I believe it takes both sides - CIOs and senior management team - to use IT strategically and efficiently. More and more companies are expecting IT to be the differentiator in business competition. In order to achieve that, we need to examine our IT strategies frequently. Here are a bit of my thought on rethinking about IT effectiveness: http://www.4tegroup.com/blog/2...


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