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by Ashu Bhatia

  • ISBN: 1612540368
  • Category: Money & Business
  • Author: Ashu Bhatia
  • Subcategory: Management & Leadership
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Brown Books Publishing Group (May 1, 2012)
  • Pages: 288 pages
  • FB2 size: 1223 kb
  • EPUB size: 1595 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
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Mr. Bhatia has taken us to the depths of how decisions are made between IT professionals or s along with the business planning functions. I with him a grand success with the book and encourage him to continue write books in this fashion, educate us to make mature decisions. All the best Ashu and keep up the great work.

Value Creation the Book. These are not times for careless spending in any area of a business. Unfortunately, while everyone agrees businesses must cut careless spending, the problem is defining careless

Value Creation the Book. Unfortunately, while everyone agrees businesses must cut careless spending, the problem is defining careless. Too often, executives want to make cuts in exactly the kinds of programs and projects that realize greater profitability-they save 2 percent bycutting something that saves (or profits).

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At the same time, economic woes have forced many companies to reevaluate which business elements to grow and which to keep stagnant.

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Hardcover, Brown Books Pub Group, 2012, ISBN13 9781612540368, ISBN10 1612540368. Tell us if something is incorrect. We aim to show you accurate product information. In a world increasingly dependent on technology, it seems counterintuitive that businesses all over the country are slashing IT budgets, or are still reluctant to adequately invest in IT departments in the first place. Ashu Bhatia explains how IT is at the center of almost every business function, and why it is vital for every company that. Brown Books Publishing Group.

Peter Drucker had theorized the rise of the knowledge worker back in the 1950s. He described how fewer workers would be doing physical labor, and more would be applying their minds.

Technology budgets: From value preservation to value creation CIO .

Technology budgets: From value preservation to value creation CIO Insider. Today, technology is commonly interwoven into every business function and has the potential to impact earnings, growth, performance, and competitive advantage-yet the technology investments vary significantly across industries and often even sectors within the same industry. Allocate resources to oversee the financial strategy of IT operations and initiatives and support the delivery of IT services from a financial management perspective.

Information technology strategies are critical to business as they can deliver not only effective business operations, but also . Strategic alignment for business value creation. Strategic IT resources and sourcing strategy. Strategic management principles.

Information technology strategies are critical to business as they can deliver not only effective business operations, but also competitively differentiated products and services for firms. Yet many business and government enterprises have found their IT organizations to be misaligned with business strategies, or even worse, so dysfunctional that business values are actually destroyed instead of added.

Technology. It currently drives our world, and the available resources are everchanging--which is why IT departments are becoming increasingly important to businesses of all sizes. So why are companies still so reluctant to invest adequately in IT? Why are some companies even slashing their IT budgets, when the world economy finds itself increasingly dependent on technological advancement and IT is at the center of almost every business function? The problem lies in perceived business value--something author Ashu Bhatia wishes to change. This book will demonstrate the true business value of IT. Only by promoting IT will a company truly be able to succeed, and Bhatia will show you why and how.
Reviews about Value Creation: Linking Information Technology and Business Strategy (2):
Usishele
My heartfelt congratulations to Mr. Ashi Bhatia on his first book "Value Creation: Linking Information Technology and Business Strategy". Mr. Bhatia has taken us to the depths of how decisions are made between IT professionals or departments/functions along with the business planning functions.

Each of these aspects in the world of IT being applied toward business strategies has been effectively assessed, sliced and diced by the author, based on his wisdom and experience. In the second decade of the 21st century it is hard to imagine an organization not paying attention to the IT components of their business in order to develop the viable strategy to grow and become profitable. The timing of this book couldn't have been better, given the state of the world economy and how IT has become an integrated critical aspect of our lives extending beyond the office into our homes, and other walks of life.

Mr. Bhatia has taken a great deal of time, efforts, as well as passionately dedicated himself with the real-life examples and scenarios to share his thoughts for some unique solutions.

I with him a grand success with the book and encourage him to continue write books in this fashion, educate us to make mature decisions.

All the best Ashu and keep up the great work.
Venemarr
Value Creation is the most insightful business book that I have read in years,including the best sellers. CEOs and marketing executives proclaim that they provide their customers and stakeholders value. This book shows them how to provide real value by mapping and evaluating disconnected and disjointed functional silos, processes, and supply and delivery chains. It further shows the reader, by examples, how to provide extraordinary value and generate extraordinary profits by applying coordinated and scaleable information technology to these systems. Ashu Bhatia points out that IT should be viewed as a profit center and as such should be elevated to the the strategic planning level of the organization for the organization to be competitive in today's and tomorrow's world. "He who provides value in the most efficient way wins" A must read.

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