I’m inspired continuously by reading and even more by experiencing strategy and operations. Thus I have a set of phenomenons and facts I want to illumnate. I put them down in a 12-month schedule to give my readers an idea what to expect.
How to “corset” your IT Strategy with EAM – an experience report.
I recently was invited to attend a meeting to gather feedback on a draft for an IT Strategy. To make it short, the verdict was the IT strategy document is NOT business aligned.
Phases of EAM and how enterprises work thru it.
Let’s illuminate how enterprises act before the advent of EAM, when they discover it and when they become mature.
Why you DO need an EAM tool to succeed.
You will fail to cope with the velocity that EAM requires to work properly, if you don’t have a tool gives you a holistic view. Here is why and and the requirements for such a tool.
Institutionalise your EAM or you will fail.
EAM is not a one-man show and requires you to weave the enterprise disciplines together. Here is an approach with the TOGAF framework.