For your organization, the provision of information is essential for efficient operations. With the digital transformation, the challenge of using IT technology optimally has become a priority. Depending on the current phase of your organization and what strategy you have formulated, concrete steps can be taken. It is generally not easy to define these steps properly. How will risks be mitigated? And what approach provides overview and control?
Making the objectives unambiguous and concrete gives direction for your employees. By translating the objectives into the products that realize them, your program or project gains significance. A target architecture can help you make this translation and clearly identifies priorities and risks. See the Architecture page.
Although there is not a single best approach, in recent years insights have emerged about what works best for large-scale IT projects. Dividing the change task into several small steps and implementations will give better results. The DevOps continuous integration and delivery method supports this achievement. Such an Agile approach requires an adjustment of your organization. Support from your management to the highest level is important. See the Agile page.
The requirements that your products must meet can be defined at different levels. In your project team, these requirements or user story’s can be validated with the stakeholders. The benefits from progressive insight can be derived from this rapid feedback and phased delivery.
A good collaboration in your project team ensures a quick and balanced decision-making about the step-by-step deployment. Expectations are not always expressed by everyone involved. It turns out that it is important to make the expectations explicit and manage them. The project is successful when your users and stakeholders have accepted the solutions.