Designing and Managing the Information Age IT Architecture

Case Solution

Lynda M. Applegate
Harvard Business School ()

The co-evolution of technology, labor, and labor over the past 30 years has dramatically affected our understanding of the organizations and industries in which they compete. IT is no longer just a tool to support “back office” transactions, but it has become a strategic part of most companies, allowing the redefinition of markets and industries, as well as strategies and designs of companies. companies that compete in them. However, to achieve these information age benefits, companies must adopt information age technology architectures. Businesses must radically transform outdated IT architectures and the IT organizations that support them. This technological change is as overwhelming as organizational change. This advisory describes the general frameworks and concepts that managers can use to analyze their existing IT architecture and to define and manage the IT architecture required to support the information management needs of the Information Age organization.

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