Stories by Doug Lewis

IT Turnarounds

FRAMINGHAM (09/26/2003) - "Out of control." "No value." "Too late with too little." "Disconnected from the business." Those are all common comments about failing IT organizations. Management magazines tell of chief information officers (CIOs) unable to cope in the boardroom and IT organizations spending the bulk of their resources on projects totally unrelated to business strategies. Unfortunately, the stories are all too often founded in fact and accompanied by news of the replacement of yet another CIO.