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A Steering Committee is a group of people with the responsibility for making decisions or strong recommendations related to a project.
A technique to check the vision of an enterprise against a set of criteria. After vision information is collected, the vision is assessed, and a report is presented back to key stakeholders to determine required actions.
Alignment means that your people and resources are all working toward the same set of goals. In the IT world, we often talk about alignment between business and IT. This means that the business has a clear vision and a set of goals it is trying to achieve. Then everything IT does, supports those goals in the very best way it can. If everything is perfect, which is never the case, then the two are optimally aligned.
Metrics are quantitative descriptions of a property, product or process. Metrics may also be referred to as Performance Metrics.
Boilerplate is standard terminology (often sections of a proposal, deliverable, or contract) that is reusable many times and is unlikely to change.
Management by Objectives, Management by Results and Management by Means are well established management theories successfully being practised in many industries. All management theories are offspring of needs and options available at different times. Specific situations in particular industries trigger the need for new approaches to handle them and...
Best practices are documented processes, actions, or tasks that have been shown to produce superior results; selected by a systematic process; and judged as exemplary, good, or successfully demonstrated”.
This technique analyzes the established culture and the indicators of how ready an organization is for radical changes in the way it does business, now and in the future. An Organizational Readiness Assessment is performed as part of an evaluation of the social systems for the enterprise. (The social systems are the structure to motivate, pay, and drive people to perform a process.) This excludes the technical systems.