Über den Autor
Sanjay Mohapatra received his B.E. from NIT Rourkela, M.Tech from IIT Madras, PGDBM XIMB, India and PhD from Utkal University. Professor Mohapatra has more than 25 years of combined industry and academic experience. He has worked in various capacities in organizations like Hindusthan Aeronautics Limited, Larsen & Toubro, PricewaterHouse, Infosys, Polaris & J&B Software. His teaching interests are in IT Strategy and Management Information Systems and research interests are in the area of IT enabled processes. He has authored/co-authored seven books, several papers in national and international referred journals and conferences.Ranjan Prasad Singh received his B.Tech. degree from GBPUA&T, which was setup in collaboration with University of Illinois, and Diploma in Management from IGNOU. He has 30 plus years of experience in IT with well known organizations such as Tata Steel and Oracle. He has been heading the teams, responsible for project and service delivery to international as well as domestic clients. He has been representing IT on various corporate strategy building workshops. His varied background along with keen interest in IT enablement of business helped him to present his learning and experience for the benefits of the readers. He has been visiting faculty at XIMB.
¿¿Information Strategy Design and Practices develops a framework for designing information technology strategy for an organization. Beyond this, it establishes an approach to not only implement it, but sustain it. The framework explains how IT strategy should have an alignment to business to reap the benefits of business. The book contains five case studies in different domains: retail, real estate development, IT product development, development sector, and education sector. These case studies have been applied to different countries, providing a global prospective to this emerging trend.
The case studies included have been discussed from different countries giving them global perspectives Addresses how to approach implementation of IT strategy and how businesses can sustain it Presents applied IT research utilizing the authors backgrounds as consultants