The Business Technology Standard, or BT Standard, is an open-source management framework to plan, build and run information technology in today’s technology-driven business world. This is the fourth, completely rewritten and upgraded edition of the framework. Read articles on different thematic areas by selecting titles in the charts below. More about BT Standard
Data is one of the most valuable resources for any company. Learn how to get best practices and leadership models to support the transformation of turning data into value.
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In many organisations, governance is perceived as control, which slows down development and restricts innovation. How do business owners in your organisation experience governance? Is governance recognised to be beneficial, helpful and effective?
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