Digital Business Requires an I&T Operating Model that Unlocks Value and Drives Revenue Growth

According to Gartner’s 2019 CEO Survey, CEOs continue to rank growth as their No. 1 priority, and are willing to invest in digital transformation initiative to meet their growth goals. "In the private sector, CEOs continue to rank growth as their No. 1 priority. To achieve that growth, 77% of CEOs will invest in digital capabilities, and 82% have a digital transformation initiative in place." [SOURCE: Digital Business Requires an I&T Operating Model That Unlocks Value and Drives Revenue Growth; August 2019; Donna Scott, Remi Gulzar]

While this is great for CIOs, it also puts the pressure on them to deliver.

In Digital Business Requires an I&T Operating Model That Unlocks Value and Drives Revenue Growth, Gartner Research discusses the evolution of the “value-optimizing operating model” which puts I&T at the forefront in driving growth and competitive advantage. More than ever I&T must partner more closely with the rest of the business, and embrace agile and iterative processes and a mindset that is based on product delivery and continuous innovation.

Gartner has found that transforming to the value-optimizing I&T operating model pattern takes three or more years, but time is of the essence. You cannot afford to wait. Read this report to learn how you can quickly transform I&T into an engine for growth, innovation, agility and differentiation, and persuade senior leaders to commit to funding and executing your transformation program.

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