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Assessment of the CIO Landscape. Theresa Rowe | March 15, 2010 Chief Information Officer Oakland University. AGENDA. CIOs discussion on list and meetings Current challenges Discussion. Product selection and product cost optimization

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Assessment of the cio landscape

Assessment of the CIO Landscape

Theresa Rowe | March 15, 2010

Chief Information Officer

Oakland University


Agenda

AGENDA

CIOs discussion on list and meetings

Current challenges

Discussion


Cio list what are we talking about

Product selection and product cost optimization

Facilities, access controls, new builds, sustainability

Security, risk and compliance

Governance issues

IT as a business… or not

CIO LIST: WHAT ARE WE TALKING ABOUT?


Product selection

Software, efficiency, new features

Software as a service, cloud services

Open / community source

Vendors

eBooks

Product Selection


Discussion on campus budget

Budget cuts - This year, your budget cut is:

A.No, our IT budget has not been cut.

B.Yes, our IT budget has been cut by < 5%.

C.Yes, our IT budget has been cut by 5-10%.

D.Yes, our IT budget has been cut by 10-20%.

E.Yes, our IT budget has been cut by > 20%.

Discussion on campus: Budget


Discussion on campus budget1

Budget cuts – Over the past 3 years, your cumulative budget cut experience is:

A.No, our IT budget has not been cut.

B.Yes, our IT budget has been cut by < 5%.

C.Yes, our IT budget has been cut by 5-10%.

D.Yes, our IT budget has been cut by 10-20%.

E.Yes, our IT budget has been cut by > 20%.

Discussion on campus: budget


Staging cuts over time round 1

Opportunities to redefine and reorganize

Eliminate some fluff

Turn off what you didn’t want to keep anyways

Staging Cuts over time: Round 1


Staging cuts over time round 2

Defensive maneuvers

Centralization versus decentralization

Consolidation

Operational and service eliminations

Charge-back strategies

Staging cuts over time: Round 2


Staging cuts over time round 3

Redefining the central IT organization

Least the organization can be to maintain operations

Rethinking core and essential services

Staging cuts over time: round 3


Prioritization of cuts

What is your top priority among the following alternatives for budget cuts?

A.Delay the new: delay new services, features

B.Focus on hardware: virtualization, consolidation, extend refresh cycle

C.Eliminate or reduce existing services, shrink, charge-back

D.Right-sourcing: vendor-supported low-cost services (Gmail) or open-source solutions

E.Review personnel: eliminate or freeze positions, training

Prioritization of cuts


External forces

Google impact – redefines service limits

Consumerization – unlimited devices, unlimited choices, unlimited buyers

Vendor constraints - caught in the middle of product battles

Google & Apple

Oracle & VMWare

Blackboard and D2Learn

External forces


Underlying themes

What do we internally source and what do we externally source

Can we continue to own the sourcing decision

Brokering IT

Cost related to budget and budget cuts

Appropriateness of the language of business and return on investment

Underlying themes


Philosophical

Avoiding budget-cut paralysis

Avoiding a fossilized culture

Retaining the top talent (avoid lazy/loser management)

Ongoing vulnerability to disruption

Tolerate ambiguity!

Philosophical


Hopefulness

How hopeful are you for the future?

A.Excited for the challenge, like racing the America’s Cup race

B.Strong winds, strong sails, staying the course

C.Forlorn and given up in the doldrums

D.Shipwrecked!

Hopefulness


Discussion

Tell us about your current budget challenges.

Are you changing or discontinuing services or product selection?

How are external forces affecting your organization?

Tell us about governance: state organizations, boards, and university leadership.

Discussion


Break discussion question disruption in the force

What evidence have you seen of permanent change in your organization?

What are the disruptions?

What effect will the disruptions have on your operation and organization?

What do you want to do about it?

Break discussion question:Disruption in the force


Thank you

THANK YOU


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