Sticking to strategy speeds up the annual planning process

12/8/2009 | CIO.com

IT leaders should take some time following the 2010 planning cycle to simplify and improve the process for next year, Chris Curran writes. A survey of senior business and IT executives at large firms found the planning and budgeting process was so time consuming it required the equivalent of five staffers working for a year to complete. Cutting the data-collection time for planning requires a clear expression on what the IT strategy is going to deliver to the bottom line, Curran writes.

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