She is coauthor of three books: IT Governance: How Top Performers Manage IT Decision Rights for Superior Results, Enterprise Architecture as Strategy: Creating a Foundation for Business Execution through Harvard Business School Press, and IT Savvy: What Top Executives Must Know to Go from Pain to Gain. She has served on the faculty of customized courses for a number of major corporations, including PepsiCo, McKinsey, General Electric, TRW, Pfizer, News Corporation, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, IBM, and Credit Suisse. She regularly appears as a speaker at major conferences for IT executives.
Ross earned a BA at the University of Illinois, an MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and a PhD in Management Information Systems from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She is a founding senior editor and former editor in chief of MIS Quarterly Executive.
Ross' webinar included a second example of a company that opted for developing digitized solutions to create disruption in the marketplace: the Schindler Group.
As defined by Jeanne Ross, digital strategy "is an integrated business strategy inspired by the capabilities of powerful, readily accessible technologies and responsive to constantly changing...
Not all businesses are born digital. If your company needs to articulate and implement a forward-thinking digital strategy, listen to this webinar with MIT Sloan's Jeane Ross.
In reality, the core supporting your business should never be considered legacy – it is the foundation upon which an organization operates.
There’s a compelling correlation between top-performing companies and their willingness to forego nice-to-have IT projects in favor of those with the biggest impact on business transformation.
MIT Sloan expert Jeanne Ross advises moving beyond traditional practices to optimize your IT investment portfolio.
Companies have no end of opportunities when it comes to spending their technology dollars.
IT outsourcing used to be driven by cost savings. Today, it’s also driven by a need for innovation — and some leading companies are reinventing their supplier portfolios to achieve that goal.
So if straight IT skills are not the answer, what kind of background should businesses be looking to add to their boardroom?
By 2020, more than 7 billion people and businesses — and close to 35 billion devices — will be connected to the Internet. Hence, a need for new digital business designs.
Not all businesses are born digital. In her recent webinar, Jeanne Ross presents research to help you define a digital
strategy that is responsive to changing customer demands, new technology
capabilities, and organizational learning.
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