June 2003
Financial Executive;Jun2003, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p13
Academic Journal
The article focuses on lessons that the business community can learn from the U.S.-led war in Iraq. Bruce Skaistis, founder of Information Technologies (IT) management services firm eGlobal CIO, listed lessons about the future of IT enterprise that can be gleaned from the war campaign. The article suggests the use of smaller, quick-strike IT efforts to achieve goals and benefits rapidly, and the segmentation of enterprise-wide IT initiatives to lessen risks associated with large projects. It mentions ensuring that IT efforts are aligned with the organization's overall objectives and business strategies.


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