IT budgets are strained and overwhelmed. While business growth rests on the ability to invest, organizations simply don't have enough money to invest in growth and appear to be in no hurry to increase the total capital available for all types of investments. CIOs are being asked to "do more with less" and are finding that the old method of managing IT investments is not an option. CIOs must develop the organization's IT investment management capabilities; no one else will do it for them.
The MIT Sloan Management Review article The Advantages of Digital Maturity claims, based on research of nearly 400 large companies for two years, the higher a company's level of digital maturity, the better its financial performance is likely to be. Consequently CIOs and other senior executives are asking how, and where do I start.
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