A strategy is a plan or method for achieving a set of goals. Sounds simple enough, but when it comes to information technology (IT), that’s not always the case. Why? Because the executives who approve strategic IT plans may not understand the scope and content they provide. The purpose of this article is to demystify IT strategic plans by identifying some basic guidelines for developing the content and providing appropriate questions to challenge the content once it is created.
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