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Resources for Information Technology

 

 

 

Learning resources 

•  Read the Frequently asked questions section.

•  Learn basic work levels (requisite organization) concepts by taking six hours of e-learning.  This requires a one-year subscription to the web-site or is included in your registration for the conference.

•  Read the GO book chapter - at the end - about how CEOs can learn - please get title and find article and link to it.

•  Scan and read the books, videos etc below as they suit your interst.

•  Attend our next world conference in New York City, July 31 to August 5th, 2014, Designing the Smarter Organization.  There is a 2.5 day clinic, an all day workshop, and other presentations and concurrent workshops of special interest to non-profit executives and board members.

 

 

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Presentations 

Ben Farrell & Ben Haigh of Bee Squared share their perspective on the best strategies for implementing improvements in your IT organization. 

 

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Case Study

Paul Tremlett of COREinternational sheds light on redesigning a Major Bank's Information Technology Function. 

 

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Videos

Zandy Reinshagen, former CIO SACU presents Organizational Progression as it relates to IT.  

 

  

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 ARTICLES

Achieving the Information Technology Promise Using Work Levels as the Framework

Piet L. Calitz

 
 

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CIO: Chief Information Officer or Career Is Over?

Paul McDowell

 
 

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Paul McDowell, a senior IT executive with years of experience in a variety of major corporations, shows how a lack of appreciation for levels of work and levels of complexity can cause serious long-term consequences for the IT function in an organization. His article makes a conceptual presentation, and then details a real-life experience that affected the strategic success of an organization. 

 

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Designing Effective IT Teams and Organization 

Sergey Ivanov, Ph. D. 

 
 

 

This research investigates the phenomenon of universal effective management (including information technology teams and organizations) as explained by the Requisite Organization theory. The concept of effective management is expressed through the concept of Optimum Manager-Subordinate Relationship (OMSR). The phenomenon of Optimum Manager-Subordinate Relationship, in effect, constitutes the effective managerial relationship in the managerial hierarchy according to the Requisite Organization theory, and constitutes the concept of effective management.

 

 

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Tripartite Approach to Enterprise Architecture

Janne J. Korhonen & Jouko Poutanen

 
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Recommendations for the Practical Use of Eliott Jaques' Organizational and Social Theories in the Information Technology Field

Sergey Ivanov, Ph. D. 

 
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Presentations
 

 

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