Please see assignment I have attached. Review the feedback and make edits accordingly.
You have spent many years as an MIS executive. You have just been hired as the new C.I.O. for a company of your choosing. You will need to create an IT strategy that addresses the necessary information technology needs and projects that the company must undertake to be successful.
You will first determine your mission, vision, and strategic goals. Once those are established, you will create your IT strategy/plan. The IT strategy should document how your business will plan, execute, and measure all activities.
You will need to present your strategy to the Executive Board. As the Chief Information Officer (C.I.O), you will need to be clear about how your efforts will increase efficiency, effectiveness, and profitability.
Create an IT strategy/planfor your business that you can present to the Executive Leadership Team. It will need to be detailed, clear, and specificso that they can understand your plan then trust in your abilities to manage this part of the business.
Your submission should be in Microsoft Word. You may use a Microsoft Word template to create your IT plan. Appendices for the organizational chartand MIS architecturemay be attached separately. Each of the following
Section 1– Summarize the business and industry that you chose. Explain the type of leadership style you believe is best suited
Section 2– Produce an organizational chart that adequately depicts the hierarchal relationship between the IT department and other key business positions. Using the organizational chart, summarize how decision making is impacted by “change,” planned or unplanned. Describe the internal and external stakeholders that will be impacted by the changes.
Section 3– Evaluate the existing design of the MIS architecture then provide a summary of how the architecture supports business objectives. Analyzing your companies resources and the needs of your MIS architecture, determine the best IT systems implementation model. Create a Disaster Recovery plan that provides automated restoral of key systems and services.
Section 4– Conduct a systems analysis in order to determine IT systems requirements based upon business objectives and goals. Conduct an inventory of existing IT resources in order to determine the impact of implementing change.
Section 5– Create
Section 6– As changes to the MIS architecture are necessary, explain how you will implement the changes from a Change Management perspective. Demonstrate knowledge of the change control process. Create
I must say that I apologize for not seeing your Module 7 final assessment. In my experience with CBE, I have not had a single student submit Module 7 “only.” Normally it is a build up over the course of each module then Module 7.
That said, overall you have a very good foundation here! You could have certainly benefited from completing each module which builds all of the necessary components needed for this final capstone module. At a minimum, please review the modules in order to have a better understanding of the objectives.
Summarize the business and industry that you chose. Included detail on what type of leadership style to you think is best suited in a changing business environment and how do leadership principles help ease the challenges of a fast changing IT environment. (4/4)
Created an organizational chart, but it doesn’t adequately depict the hierarchal relationship between the IT department and other key business positions. (The chart and description that you provide does not include the key MIS positions as well as does not clearly show the relationship between MIS and other key business positions.(2/4)
Summarized how decision making is impacted by “change,” planned or unplanned. Described the internal and external stakeholders that will be impacted by the changes. (4/4)
Evaluated the existing design of the MIS architecture then provide a summary of how the architecture supports business objectives. Analyzed your companies resources and the needs of your MIS architecture, determine the best IT systems implementation model.(4/4)
Not submitted: Disaster Recovery Plan (0/4)
Not submitted: Systems Analysis (0/4)
Created a MIS architecture baseline that outlines the current capacity and capability of the infrastructure. However, it lacked explanation of the best systems life cycle methodology for changes to your MIS architecture or did not defend your chosen methodology based upon the capabilities of your chosen company. (2/4)
Not submitted: Change Management/Change Control (0/4)
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