Develop a technology strategy that supports your institutional mission and goals.
The strategy required for successful enterprise IT operation is shifting as technology evolves and institutional strategy changes. Developing an effective technology strategy requires a deeper understanding of institutional culture and need than ever before, as well as a sharper focus on data integration and data governance. The technology strategy should align closely with institutional mission and goals.
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- Get institutional stakeholders on board with a technology strategy that supports digital transformation (Dx)
- Rearchitect enterprise technology to support a next-generation approach
Technology Strategy Toolkit
|IT Governance Toolkit
||Toolkit with resources to help with the process of understanding, designing, and implementing a governance framework, an important part of technology strategy|
|IT Leadership in Higher Education, 2016: The Enterprise Architect
||ECAR research study identifying the characteristics and functions of enterprise architects|
|Technology in Higher Education: Defining the Strategic Leader
||EDUCAUSE Review article by the EDUCAUSE-Jisc Working Group that provides the higher ed IT community with a model to guide IT professionals at all stages of their careers and to position technology as a central part of advancing the core mission of the academic institution|
|New Approaches to Higher Education IT Strategic Planning
||Working group paper that looks at causes for the shift in how institutions are approaching IT strategic planning and how it relates to overall institutional planning. In addition, new models and trends in IT strategic planning are identified to help guide IT organizations as they are considering their own strategic planning approach|
|Innovation Hub: Data Integration
||A resource from AACRAO for exploring the potential and increasing adoption of data integration|
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