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Two Views of the Future

By CIOinsight  |  Posted 11-01-2001 Print
Imagine a future in which the role of the CIO involves conceiving and carrying out a pure "information architecture" perfectly aligned with business processes, strategies and goals.

Imagine a future in which the role of the CIO involves conceiving and carrying out a pure "information architecture" perfectly aligned with business processes, strategies and goals. It will depend on portfolios of application tools, delivered like a utility, that self-assemble to support the task at hand, and it will allow executives to cut the planning and budgeting cycle to as little as a day, managing as if by remote control. That's the combined vision of two leading corporate strategists.



 

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