AT Kearney Execs Call for Visibility Into IT to Support Gov’t IT Spending

Jeff Sorenson
Jeff Sorenson

TYSONS CORNER, VA, April 27, 2016 — Jeff Sorenson, a partner at A.T. Kearney,  has joined two other company executives to urge government agencies to adopt an information technology business model that provides visibility into IT operations, Executive Gov reported Monday.

“Strong IT leaders need to coordinate visibility into data-driven optimization opportunities across organizational subcomponents to implement effective enterprisewide decisions, ” Sorenson and colleagues Christian Hagen and Anshuman Jaiswal wrote in a guest piece published Friday on FCW.

They added that IT operational assessment should be based on six “lenses” covering the operating model, service management, complexity management, outsourcing or offshoring, sourcing and technology foresight or lifecycle management.

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