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HP’s transformation experience workshop

planning.pngIn 2013, HP described its vision of a new style of IT. In 2014, a new style of business that is more social, mobile, flexible, data driven, secure and automated will generate greater value levels and allow those who embrace the change to excel.

 

Every organization has layer-upon-layer of software that has gathered into a software portfolio built on the success of previous projects. Going forward this portfolio will need to be reassessed against the shifting needs of the business and evaluated for the technical debt.

 

Some of the traditional models of delivering IT need will no longer meet the needs. HP has put together a transformation experience workshop that may help:

 

 

By clarifying 5 questions:

  1. What is your current state?

  2. What will your journey to the future you desire look like?

  3. What will the future application portfolio consist of?

  4. What can be achieved for the business?

  5. What does the roadmap or high level approach look like?

The goal is to get these questions answers (at least at a high level) in one day! That is because it is not a “death by PowerPoint” approach, but one where direct interaction on these questions results in answers. The primary focus is to document the desired business outcomes and how they will be measured.

Comments
Pārvākšanās serviss(anon) | ‎12-16-2013 04:45 PM

IT department is a must even for a small business, these days. If you know a little bit of programming then you have a huge advantide to get a good job, compared who don't. I know that a friend of mine is looking for a office administrator and the person must have a bit of html programming skils.

 

I belive that in fiew years every one will have to know a bit of programming skills, just like, if you know more than one language its a huge advantage.

 

Thanks.

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