Let’s start the conversation…
How has your organization significantly changed and evolved over the last 5 years?
Who are your best clients? What makes them happy and how do you engage and collaborate with them?
What are the main challenges to improve the personal productivity of managers and employees?
What is the one thing that you could change in your organization to create radical competitive advantage?
What are the most challenging processes in the organization? Why?
Is your Information Technology run by a technology expert or a business person? Is IT supporting or leading business growth?
What was the growth rate of the organization in the last 3 years and how will you maintain this growth rate?
Is your customer base growing fast enough? What is the one thing you would change to increase sales?
How advanced and effective is your online marketing and use of corporate social media?
How will you use new technologies to keep ahead of your competition?
New products and services are being designed and brought to market at speeds never before experienced. Designers are literally “(3D) Printing New Products every day”!
A generation of new customers use large social networks across which they communicate and share their happiness and displeasure about your Products and Services.
Who’s Minding The Store?
Are you getting the best results?
How mature and well defined is your Corporate Governance when it comes to IT?
Are your Information Systems managed and operated within the guidelines of an efficient and internationally recognized framework?
Do you have clear lines of accountability for your critical line of business systems operations
Most importantly – Are your staff uniformly well trained in the use of your solutions?
Are they well informed and enabled by your information technologies?
Is your Vision Being Realized?
Do you have fantastic analytics and reports that keep you updated in real time and help you to plan your next market dominating move?
Agility is the catalyst for transformation
Can you envision improvements? Are your business systems sufficiently agile and efficient or are they slowing you down in some areas?
How well integrated are your systems? Who is driving your business systems innovation and reviewing efficiency and technology alignment beyond the replacement of servers and workstations?
If it’s not them, it’s You!
Who is responsible for aligning IT Strategy and Planning, Execution and Project Management with your Business Plan to achieve your Growth and Key Strategic Goals?
How successful and game changing has been the delivery of these initiatives?
How well managed are your risks?
Is there a qualified person appointed to administer clearly defined IT compliance policies and processes?
Do your DR Plans go beyond individual system backups and cover whole systems recovery and the ability to run the business offsite?