對IDC的成熟度模式:企業行動 - 成功的指南
IDC MaturityScape: Enterprise Mobility
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This IDC study describes IDC's Enterprise Mobility MaturityScape, a framework for identifying the stages, critical measures, outcomes, and actions required for IT organizations to effectively evolve to mobility excellence. With mobility solutions fueling fast-changing business models, executives from both IT and LOBs need to become more competent at managing larger and more impactful initiatives and also get beyond the BYOD types of reactive debates to take charge of their destiny now. This study describes the enterprise mobility framework and provides guidance for organizations of all sizes interested in advancing along the framework's five maturity stages to maximize benefits derived from a consistent global enterprise approach to mobility.
IDC's Enterprise Mobility MaturityScape enables an organization to assess its mobility competency and maturity and use a baseline in defining short- and long-term goals and plans for improvements. It also enables IT and LOB executives to prioritize and obtain guidance regarding enterprise mobility strategy, platform, apps, processes, and people - each of which is critical for charting the course of the enterprise in a rational way, from both a business perspective and a technical perspective. This approach uncovers maturity gaps that contribute to the lack of alignment between business decision making and mobility implementation and enables an organization to benchmark its maturity against an industry benchmark - all in the quest to achieve fact-based, data-driven decision making and derive desired outcomes based on business-oriented organizational goals.
"Senior IT leaders and senior business leaders must understand how critical enterprise mobility is for their business, market, and industry," says Serge Findling, vice president of research with IDC's IT Executive Programs (IEP). "IDC's Enterprise Mobility MaturityScape offers senior leaders a framework to assess their enterprise challenges and create a sound mobility strategy."