The death of ROI: re-thinking IT value measurement
Presents the case that traditional return on investment (ROI) as an approach for justifying and measuring the value of IT investments is no longer appropriate. Argues that measures of financial return need to be supplemented or replaced by disciplined spending behaviours that are sensitized to calendar, infrastructural, temporal, security, knowledge, accountability and connectivity issues. Concludes that organizations that fail to redefine their value targeting and resource allocation processes will end up engaging in dysfunctional management practices.
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