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Hackett research shows that portfolio allocation is one of the key variables that explains IT business value management (IT BVM) performance. Over the next few years, top performers project that they will allocate no less than 60 percent of their IT capital to innovation and improvement, compared to the peer group’s 35 percent.
The Hackett Group, a global strategic advisory firm, is a company specializing in best practice advisory, benchmarking, and transformation consulting services, including shared services, offshoring and outsourcing advice.
Utilizing best practices and implementation insights from more than 4,000 benchmarking engagements, executives use Hackett's empirically based approach to quickly define and prioritize initiatives to enable world-class performance.
Part of the research The Hackett Group offers is a metric of the month. This month's metric focuses on "Improving IT Business Value Contribution Through Portfolio Optimization."
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