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Management of Large-Scale Transformation Programs: State of the Practice and Future Potential

version abrégée In addition to continuous, evolutionary optimizations, most enterprises also undergo revolutionary transformations from time to time. Knowledge about current corporate practice for coherent IT and business transformation is therefore very valuable. In this paper we present the results of an empirical study on the management of large-scale transformation programs that focuses on IT as much as business aspects. Companies that rate themselves as mature with regards to transformation management, assess certain transformation management components different than less mature companies. Cost reduction, revenue improvement, and agility improvement are the most relevant goals of transformation programs all these are business goals and not IT goals. Current state of the art transformation management can be classified into three approaches: Value-driven, ungoverned and change-driven. We found that no single management approach covers all these areas appropriately yet.
   
Genre papier de conférence (English)
   
nom de la conférence 7th Workshop, TEAR 2012, and 5th Working Conference, PRET 2012 at The Open Group Conference 2012 (Barcelona)
date de la conférence 01-07-2012
title of proceedings Trends in Enterprise Architecture Research and Practice Driven Research on Enterprise Transformation
page(s) 253-267
volume / édition LNBIP 131
maison d'édition Springer (Berlin, Heidelberg)
Review Double-Blind Review
   
citation Lahrmann, G., Labusch, N., Winter, R., & Uhl, A. (2012). Management of Large-Scale Transformation Programs: State of the Practice and Future Potential. In Aier, S., Ekstedt, M., Matthes, F., Proper, E., & Sanz, J. L. (Eds.), Trends in Enterprise Architecture Research and Practice Driven Research on Enterprise Transformation, LNBIP 131, pp.253-267. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer.