Information system strategy and management 1.Is ICT a profession? (HINT: begin by identifying the differences between being a professional and a being a member of a profession). 2.Discuss the statement “There is no singular ‘best practice’ approach to knowledge management and each organisation must decide its strategy in the context of its business environment”. (HINT: begin by describing two or more business environments and how knowledge management strategies might be different in each). 3.Describe one or more examples of ICT-led and enabled innovation. (HINT: discuss the interplay between leadership and governance which may have brought about the innovation). 4.various techniques to manage costs and benefits, such as: (1) Active Benefits Realisation (ABR), (2) The Process approach to Benefits Management, (3) Balanced Scorecard, (4) Val-IT (ISACA) and (5) Benefit Realisation Approach. Compare any two of these and discuss their relative merits and applications

Information system strategy and management

1.Is ICT a profession? (HINT: begin by identifying the differences between being a

professional and a being a member of a profession).
2.Discuss the statement “There is no singular ‘best practice’ approach to knowledge

management and each organisation must decide its strategy in the context of its business

environment”. (HINT: begin by describing two or more business environments and how

knowledge management strategies might be different in each).

3.Describe one or more examples of ICT-led and enabled innovation. (HINT: discuss the

interplay between leadership and governance which may have brought about the innovation).

4.various techniques to manage costs and

benefits, such as: (1) Active Benefits Realisation (ABR), (2) The Process approach to

Benefits Management, (3) Balanced Scorecard, (4) Val-IT (ISACA) and (5) Benefit

Realisation Approach. Compare any two of these and discuss their relative merits and

applications

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