Creating IT Organization Structures That Facilitate the Adoption of New Technologies – Part 2
- ID: 991973
- May 2009
- 6 Pages
- Saugatuck Technology
IT organization structures get “stale” over time. They are typically designed and put in place to manage specific types of technologies and operations. But that type of practice limits organizations’ abilities to optimize new and emerging technologies that enable change and improvement for IT (and for business organizations).
This is the second of a two-part Perspective series on creating and adapting IT organizational structures that will enable and foster the use of new and emerging technologies in order to better blend – and manage – the integration of IT and business.