Maturing Business/IT Alignment Capability; the Practitioner's view.

Authors Gilbert Silvius , Kobus Smit
Published in Conference proceedings
Publication date 2011
Type Lecture

Summary

Aligning IT and business needs is still one of the most important concerns for senior management. The message of Business and IT Alignment (BIA) is logical and undisputed, but implementation is apparently difficult. Luftman and Kempaiah [11] conclude that business and IT alignment needs a tool that can provide an assessment of an organization’s level of alignment and a roadmap on how to improve alignment. A broadly used framework for assessing business and IT alignment maturity is Luftman’s Strategic Alignment Maturity (SAM) model [10]. The paper presents a survey study into the perceived contribution of the different variables and sub-variables of the SAM model. We found that the perceived contribution of the variables are not equally spread and suggest a modification of the model

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  • Kobus Smit | Researcher | Process Innovation and Information Systems
    Kobus Smit
    • Researcher
    • Research groups: Process Innovation and Information Systems

Language English
Published in Conference proceedings

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