Is your IT Team and Budget a Victim of Process Over-Engineering?

Staffing - Is your IT Team and Budget a Victim of Process Over-Engineering?

When IT teams try to rationalize which project to invest in, where to appropriately allocate IT spend and how to respond as business constantly changes, the process put in place is often over-engineered. We see the budget utilized ineffectively and unnecessary delays as we try to standardize everything to find a compromise where both business and staff are happy.  It results in the team getting focused on how to execute that process rather than determine how to achieve the right outcome. How do we learn to minimize and prevent becoming a victim of the process?


Debbie Simkins

Debbie Simkins, Associate Vice President, Office of the CIO, Molina Healthcare, Inc.

Debbie Simkins is the associate vice president for the office of the CIO at Molina Healthcare, Inc. In this role, Simkins oversees centralized support services for the Information Technology department, which includes the project management... More   View all posts
James H. Sills

James H. Sills, Cabinet Secretary and Chief Information Officer, State of Delaware

James H. Sills, III has over 28 years of Banking and Technology Management experience. Mr. Sills received a BA from Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA and MPA from the University of Pittsburgh and is also a graduate of the University Of Wisc... More   View all posts
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