读过 Behind Closed Doors
Working in a company that makes money from selling a software product is different from working in an IT group that supports a company that makes money from selling some other product or service. But not that different.
In a company that generates revenue by selling the software product your group participates in building, the connection between your work and the bottom line is clear.
When you work in an IT group, the tie between your group and the bottom line may be less direct but it’s still important.
The questions you ask to help define the mission of your group—and the strategically important work—have a different focus.
In a product company, ask these questions:
• How does the work of this group contribute to generating revenue?
• How does the work of this group attract new customers and keep existing customers?
In an IT group, ask these questions:
• How does the work of this group enable the company to do business (or to do more business more efficiently or effectively)?
• How does the work of this group affect the company’s bottom line?
• How does the work of this group support the business unit’s ability to generate revenue and continue business operations?引自 Create the Project Portfolio: Match the Work to the Goals
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