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    Using the IT-CMF as an Enabler for Transformational Change


    McLaughlin, Stephen (2013) Using the IT-CMF as an Enabler for Transformational Change. IVI White Paper Series.

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    Abstract

    Change is the order of the day. Organizations, as they focus on survival, realize that the ability to sense and respond to changes in the competitive marketplace is a strategic imperative. The nature and scope of these changes can be difficult to predict, but one thing is assured; to successfully respond to competitive forces organizations continually have to challenge and modify their existing practices, processes, and cultural norms. This white paper examines how managing the impact and disruptive nature of transformational change should be considered across the entire organization, and how engaging with the IT-CMF can help bring an objective view and clarity to defining what needs to be done. Whilst the IT-CMF does not replace the need for an organization-wide understanding of the nature of change, the framework will complement the implementation of change by providing a clear and objective view of what needs to be achieved, and how to achieve it, thereby enabling successful implementation.

    Item Type: Article
    Keywords: change; organization; transformational change; IT-CMF; framework; change management; technology; change spectrum; maturity; interventionist approach;
    Academic Unit: Faculty of Social Sciences > Research Institutes > Innovation Value Institute, IVI
    Item ID: 6385
    Depositing User: IVI Editor
    Date Deposited: 22 Sep 2015 16:05
    Journal or Publication Title: IVI White Paper Series
    Refereed: No
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