14 August 2012

Information management health check

If the business can answer most of these questions positively, they're probably doing better than average:

          Do we know how much do our information systems cost – and is that normal?

          Are the systems being used properly?

          Do we know what do the users think about our information systems?

          Do we know what information the business needs, now and in the future?

          Is the information part of business projects delivered on time?

          How much budget is available and are we making justifiable and predictable investments?

          Do the information systems (incl. data) have business owners?

          Have we effectively delegated responsibility for providing IT services?

          Does IT give us enough strategic value?

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