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Jan 2016 - Industry Development and Models - Doc # US40933716

Creating an IT Productivity Culture

Author: Eric Bloom Adjunct Research Advisor
Abstract

This IDC study is written for IT executives, human resource professionals, and other senior executives involved in maximizing IT productivity, including those within the project management office (PMO), process engineering, and business architect functions. This study discusses the importance of creating an IT productivity culture and how to achieve it. It outlines six key success factors needed to create this culture and the specific steps that IT should take to properly implement them.

"Creating a culture of continuous IT productivity is of great value to the IT function as well as its staff and the organization it serves," says Eric P. Bloom, adjunct analyst with IDC's Research Network. "The creation of this culture, therefore, should not be left to happenstance. It should be carefully cultivated."

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