Information Technology initiatives continue to challenge companies, financially and organizationally, resulting in out-of-scope and costly initiatives that deliver little measureable business value back to the organization. This trend has led to a well-defined gap between business and technology resulting in misguided and inefficient operations. In this Thesis, I offer recommendations and a framework, which I refer to as an IT Optimized Business Approach, and I describe how forward-thinking business methodologies can help address this gap, thus helping companies develop defensible IT initiatives that deliver business value back to the enterprise.
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