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Why should you attend :
Information Technology costs are often seen as a huge black hole that has no bottom. The CEO and CFO are always wondering how all the money is being spent and exactly how IT is serving the business. The CIO finds it difficult to explain his or her decisions because of a lack of hard financial numbers and resorts to using vague generalities or, even worse, highly technical terms to defend his actions. If you can identify with this scenario, then you might be managing an IT department using the outdated and obsolete Traditional IT Management process.
In this seminar - Running Your IT Department Like a Business - we will focus on transforming a Traditional IT department by learning how financial transparency coupled with a Service-Oriented Management approach builds trust with the CEO and CFO and enables IT to contribute to the bottom line results of the business.
Areas Covered in the Session:
The pitfalls of Traditional IT management approach
The advantages of a Service-centric management approach
How financial transparency supports a Service-centric approach
Discussion of elements of financial transparency for IT departments
Creation of transform plan from Traditional to Service-centric
Who Will Benefit:
CIOs in Small to Midsize Enterprises
VP IT in Small to Midsize Enterprises
IT Directors in Small to Midsize Enterprises
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