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Business transformation framework BTF version 2016
This book explains the Business Transformation Framework, BTF Version 2016, a structural approach based on best practice. It is a practical approach that helps organizations to design, develop, plan and govern organizational change. Obviously developing a solid and widely supported Change plan is the first step towards a successful organizational change! Simply said: BTF helps to get control over organizational change! In the BTF coherence and collaboration are essential. The BTF approach imposes the establishing of coherence between organizational setting, strategy, and business transformation portfolio as well as between the four different aspects of running the business: Customer Treatment & Channels, Processes & organizational culture, Information & applications and IT infrastructure & facilities. This is a complex process. The BTF methodology helps to make this a manageable process by following a structured and step-by-step approach. Establishing coherence is possible when all divisions in the organizations work together . . Coherence can only be achieved when all levels in the organization and all divisions and employees work closely together. The methodology aims at making change tactile and concrete, so that all stakeholders can be committed and contribute. In the BTF the design and development go hand in hand. That is so, because people are willing to change, but do not like to get a change imposed upon themselves! This book is the official manual of the Business Transformation Framework, BTF Version 2016. Primary target groups are: managers and professionals in the information-intensive firms and industries that are confronted with organizational change. The BTF has already been put into use by: operations managers, CIOs, information managers, portfolio managers, change managers, programme managers and consultants.
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|Auteur||Jeroen Stoop, Remco Bekker, Sjoerd Staffhorst, Tjerk Hobma|
|Publisher||Van Haren Publishing|
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