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Definition of System

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“A system isn’t just any old collection of things. A system is an interconnected set of elements that is coherently organized in a way that achieves something” Therefore, the system mainly consist of three kinds of things: elements, interconnections, and a function or purpose. (Wright and Meadows, 2012)

 

Reference: 

Wright, D. and Meadows, D. (2012). Thinking in Systems. Hoboken: Taylor and Francis.

IT Projects Failure Rates

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Large Projects => Higher Failure Rates.

It is time to break down your large projects Into small and micro projects then glue these sub projects (services) together.

 

 

Transforming IT From Strategic Liability To Strategic Asset

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You can not make good strategic decisions with bad system and data

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