Methods and Practices: Smart Governments Need to Mitigate Risk and Ensure Value in Large, Complex IT System Programs
|Document Type||Methods and Practices|
|Number of Pages||18|
|Number of Figures||4|
Social, technological, economic, environmental, and political changes are making traditional good practices for large program management, such as executive sponsorship and minimization of change orders, insufficient.
"To achieve enhancements and scalability, the only option is to use leaner approaches to system architecture, project governance, investment management, and sourcing through smaller and more manageable programs that can deliver tangible benefits in the short term," said Thomas Rubel, research vice president, IDC Government Insights.