A Visualising IT Capability Assessment is a great way to see how to best to maximise the potential benefits of using Visualisations such as diagrams, drawings, images and presentations for your technology delivery.
Why a Visualising IT Capability Assessment?
All organizations must address how they achieve their vision, mission and goals.
Objectives are instruments to achieve these goals.
Objectives have to add value to the bottom-line or enhance that ability of the organization to move towards its goals.
Using visualisations effectively gives the added benefits of improving:
- Services: Organizations are more effective and efficient through people being able to understand key information more easily
- Profitability or reducing costs: Less document creation overheads
- Social responsibility: Morally, ethically and legally; visualisations help in getting key messages across to all audiences.
Benefits of a Visualising IT Capability Assessments and Review
Visualising IT Capability Assessments and Review can address:
- The creation and management and growth of documentation
- Reduction of operating costs by greater use of diagrams, images and presentations
- Improving efficiency and productivity by utilising more visualisations
- Assimilating new technologies for the creation and management of Visualizations
- Ensuring visualisations aid in improving regulatory compliance
- Minimising litigation risks by providing clear instructions and advice in design and management
- Safeguarding vital information
- Preservation of the corporate memory
- Foster professionalism in running the organization
The Visualising IT Capability Assessment and Review provides the information and roadmap to improve your organizations ability to move forward utilising visualisations such as diagrams, drawings, images and presentations, key artefacts to meet its goals in all areas of the organization. The Assessment can be the basis of a corporate quality improvement program.
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