According to a recent CIOUpdate.com article, business technology executives often have different notions about what comprises a technology strategy. For some, it means high-level summary statements about the direction of technology. For others, it’s a tactical set of plans around a major application suite, such as an integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) application. These limited views represent the conventional wisdom across most industries and within most organizations.
However, a true business-driven technology strategy incorporates three critical elements: an enterprise business strategy (EBS), an enterprise technology strategy (ETS), and a technology function strategy (TFS).
Do you agree with this top-down approach, and this is Ripe? Or do you think this is Hype?