Technology is redefining entire industries. Just look at what Amazon did to retail and what Uber is doing to taxi cabs. Does anybody remember Blockbuster? They were "Netflixed" right out of business.
There are countless more examples. In fact, Gartner reports that the industry disruption cycle has shrunk from 10 years to just three years. We all know that the trend will continue to shrink, which begs the question every savvy leader needs to ask every day – "how do I help my organization become the industry disruptor rather than becoming Ubered”.
The IT Maturity Curve
Technology is the common thread in most business disruption. But very few IT organizations are prepared to lead transformational change.
What separates the IT organizations that deliver game changing value from all of the others? And how can your business, educational institution or government agency leverage technology to rise to the top?
Ouellette & Associates (O&A) developed the IT Maturity Curve based on a year-long study with Babson College. This, along with over 30 years of O&A experience transforming more than 3,500 IT organizations worldwide, tells us that there has never been a better time to be in the IT profession.
IT Maturity highlights the journey that every organization is on today. What stage is your IT in? What stage do you need IT to be in for you to successfully compete, differentiate and sustain growth?
Changing the Conversation
O&A focuses on Developing the Human Side of Technology. We prepare every member of the IT team to take their game to the next level, becoming Strategic Partners and Innovative Anticipators TM. We are changing the conversation about IT strategy, culture and talent by employing the new "core" competencies and an attitude of "we ARE the business."
Today’s leading executives are leveraging The IT Maturity Curve to change the conversation about IT strategy, culture and talent. Start your journey today! Call O&A at (603) 623-7373 or email Tracy Dinu at TDinu@Ouellette-online.com.
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