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Portfolio Software Value Management

Last year our CIO, Mike Harris, was invited to speak at the annual CIO Forum, a gathering of senior-level IT executives. Conference sessions are led by peers or industry experts, like Mike, who have a clear understanding of the business obstacles inherent in controlling large technology departments and how they can be managed and resolved. His presentation, “The Value Visualization of IT,” shared his ideas about how to get the most value out of software development initiatives in order to drive better decision making and improve value flow.

His presentation was so well received, that he was invited to speak again this year! Of course, while it’s nice to be recognized, the conference is a great opportunity for us as well, allowing us to better understand the issues at the top-of-mind for CIOs and to find out what they’re dealing with on a day-to-day basis. In turn, we can provide some insight into strategies and tactics they may not have considered before.

For instance, Mike’s presentation this year, “Portfolio Software Value Management,” provided actionable steps for maximizing the flow of business value from software. He also shared insights from his forthcoming book, “The Business Value of Software” (publication date 2017), focusing on the best practices for deriving value from software development initiatives.

Industry trends suggest that IT management is increasingly being held accountable for the value of IT initiatives, and yet little effort is made to actually measure, track, and optimize the value of software development in any meaningful way. In the words of Mike, “It’s appalling that so few organizations have implemented the necessary steps to demonstrate their value directly to the business in terms that they can understand and openly discuss.”

Download his presentation for suggestions on how organizations can move forward down this path – and let us know what you think!

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