How does IT measure up in your organization?

Are you content with the way IT is viewed in your organization? If not, you need to study the work of Dr. George Westerman, a Research Scientist in MIT Sloan's Center for Digital Business (CDB), who suggests you rethink the metrics you measure and how you communicate IT's value.

Also read: Revitalizing IT's worth

Westerman recently teamed with Saby Mitra, an associate professor in Georgia Tech's College of Management, and Vallabh Sambamurthy, professor of Information Technology in Michigan State's Eli Broad College of Business, to publish a study with the Society for Information Management's (SIM) Advanced Practices Council titled "How do CIOs measure and communicate IT performance?"

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