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Making Enterprise Information Management (EIM) Work for Business by John Ladley

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CHAPTER

6

A Case for the Case

It usually takes more than three weeks to prepare a good impromptu speech.Mark Twain

CONTENTS

Complementing Business Alignment

The IVC—Let’s Beat Up Another Metaphor!

Other Aspects of the “Sell”

Key IT and Business Considerations

Components of the Case for the Case

Vision

Risk Statements

Business Alignment

Costs of Data Quality

Costs of Missed Opportunities

Obstacles, Impacts, and Changes

Presentation of the Case

Summary

Reference

 

Once it is understood, via some type of alignment exercise as suggested in Chapter 5, that there is a business connection between EIM, IAM, and business actions, then it is time to think about a business case. This chapter is not about building the business case. It is about understanding ...

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