Strategic IT Management: Transforming IT from Business Support to Business Driver

Code: 
BM25
Course duration: 
2 Weeks
Tuition fee: 
USD 2,500.00
Unit: 
Development Management

​This course ​description ​is indicative, and only for reference ​purposes. The course is not scheduled unless advertised in our calendar. If you are interested in this course​,​ or require a customized course​ that is similar to this​, please note that ​fees start from USD ​25,000 for a two-week course. This fee is for a customized course for ten or fewer participants. For additional participants, the fee is USD 2500 ​per participant.

​For these fees, the client may customize the course to the precise needs ​of the client's organization. Scheduling will be in consultation with the client.

Participants: Senior and mid-level IT executives, business owners, company executives, and aspiring IT and general business leaders.

Course Brief: This advanced course in IT management transformation guides participants in exploring and adopting the principles of IT Management leadership in Asia. It is an applied course in IT management that focuses on helping participants to immediately apply proven IT performance-improvement concepts in their workplaces. The course takes a broad, integrated approach to IT investment and performance management. It helps companies develop capabilities among their staff in specific IT management core competencies, view IT as a strategic investment, achieve an integrated and innovative role for IT across the organization, and advance IT from business support to business driver.

Content covers the theory and practice of five specific IT management core competencies, including industrialization (using key performance metrics to align IT’s work with the broader business), innovation (investment in, and early adoption of, leading-edge technologies that create business value), information (leveraging information for real-time business insights and analytics), infrastructure (reducing enterprise-wide costs through cost-efficient IT operations), and integration (enabling the enterprise through IT-led integration).



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