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[TW] IT documents, audit and leaders

IT documents comes with different names such as the following: - Manual or handbook, - Policies and procedures, - Management systems, - Project plans. In the real world we have various names with unique descriptions and purposes when in fact they could be made to do a uniform direction for which actions are based for the entire IT initiatives, probably the longest in IT lifecycle is operation. The problem is our inclination on something else which is wrong. IT remains an IT area. Business remains a business area. The same problem is carried out when we conduct IT audit. Most audit are missing the gists in which IT is being used by businesses. We once said that an effective IT audit is conducted by IT people themselves but there is something wrong with that even. Business and accounting people have been doing it with a different bias and preconceived notions which doesn't make the cut for IT direction and audit respectively. Leaders play the same game and so the problem continues an

Productivity in the Knowledge Era

The significance of productivity has never been more pronounce. The premise of technologies to enable high value activities reflective of the true nature of businesses nowadays is persuasive—coming from the corporate and industrial people themselves. Business system with IT is a bit more intelligent and must be promoting development everywhere else. Leaders and business professionals underscores the way people deliver in the workplace. Technology practitioners with direction of the business may build a lasting facility that all stakeholders can use to achieve goals contributing to the bigger output of the whole organization. With all the insinuations that people have in mind about smart robots going to replace them, the facts that humans can do better is ever eminent. With technologies however will be their role in the enterprise the people must excel further.
The industrial era was a catastrophe to the worker and beneficial to the business. That was the old days.
Let’s find out how we can take advantage of information technology to lead a next-generation’s enterprise productivity and continue to assist us in our personal and business goals.       

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[TW] IT documents, audit and leaders

IT documents comes with different names such as the following: - Manual or handbook, - Policies and procedures, - Management systems, - Project plans. In the real world we have various names with unique descriptions and purposes when in fact they could be made to do a uniform direction for which actions are based for the entire IT initiatives, probably the longest in IT lifecycle is operation. The problem is our inclination on something else which is wrong. IT remains an IT area. Business remains a business area. The same problem is carried out when we conduct IT audit. Most audit are missing the gists in which IT is being used by businesses. We once said that an effective IT audit is conducted by IT people themselves but there is something wrong with that even. Business and accounting people have been doing it with a different bias and preconceived notions which doesn't make the cut for IT direction and audit respectively. Leaders play the same game and so the problem continues an