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    0 Replies Latest reply on Sep 29, 2009 5:58 AM by Andersen09

    How IT could generate improvements in your business

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      To generate significant bottom line improvements in business performance, IT must be an originator of business improvement ideas rather than simply an implementer. Practically it means active business position of IT department managers and self-interest to improve a situation of company top management.

      This role requires IT staff to gain deeper business knowledge to accompany their technical skills and to work more closely with their business colleagues to seek improvement opportunities. Business has to be firmly tied with IT infrastructure in order quickly to find effective solutions.

      IT has to be applied to the areas of the business that provide the greatest contribution to the bottom line. Think of areas such as sales and product development rather than HR and automation clerical functions. Other words apply your resources in the first place to the business spheres that generate income. Prioritizing of IT improvements is very important, sometimes even critical for the business success.

      Implement a job rotation program that places IT staff in business positions to gain a better understanding of how the company operates and to seek opportunities to improve the technology.


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