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000176414 245__ $$aBusiness/IT Alignment in Practice: Lessons Learned From a Requirements Project at P&G
000176414 269__ $$a2011
000176414 260__ $$bSpringer-Verlag New York, Ms Ingrid Cunningham, 175 Fifth Ave, New York, Ny 10010 Usa$$c2011
000176414 336__ $$aConference Papers
000176414 490__ $$aLecture Notes in Business Information Processing
000176414 520__ $$aOne of the main objectives of the alignment of Business and IT in both small and large organizations is to improve the chances for an IT department to provide services that result in business success. An essential phase for this alignment is the definition of business requirements. In this paper we describe the successful use of a blend of industrial and academic requirements methods for an IT system development at Procter and Gamble, (P&G), UK. We identify two main elements for the success of this phase: (1) the combination of methods from P&G and academia, (2) the focus of P&G’s IT department on providing business solutions. This shift is accompanied by a move from writing specifications of IT systems towards defining business requirements. We dis-cuss how these elements explain the success of this phase and propose research directions that may ease the introduction and use of requirements definition methods in organizations.
000176414 700__ $$0243384$$g113300$$aRegev, Gil
000176414 700__ $$aFavre, Julien
000176414 700__ $$aHayek, Erich
000176414 700__ $$aWilson, Paul
000176414 700__ $$aWegmann, Alain$$g112464$$0241922
000176414 7112_ $$dJune 20 2011$$cLondon$$a6th International Workshop on BUSinness/IT ALignment and Interoperability (BUSITAL 2011)
000176414 773__ $$j83$$tAdvanced Information Systems Engineering Workshops$$q93-101
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