“MDCM, Inc. (A): IT Strategy Synchronization” examines the questions directed to the formulation of an IT strategy and a set of IT goals with business strategy. Specifically, the case describes a company that has grown rapidly over the global acquisitions. As a result of these acquisitions, the new conglomerate is not responding to the competitive environment. The company has therefore established a new transformation strategy called Horizon 2000 to life, but it still needs to develop an appropriate IT strategy. Students … Read more »

“MDCM, Inc. (A): IT Strategy Synchronization” examines the questions directed to the formulation of an IT strategy and a set of IT goals with business strategy. Specifically, the case describes a company that has grown rapidly over the global acquisitions. As a result of these acquisitions, the new conglomerate is not responding to the competitive environment. The company has therefore established a new transformation strategy called Horizon 2000 to life, but it still needs to develop an appropriate IT strategy. Students solve case A by the management of companies objective framework and develop an executive-level IT strategy for the company. This case is the first in a series, the second is the case:
“MDCM, Inc. (B) Strategic IT Portfolio Management.”
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Mark Jeffery,
Joseph F. Norton,
Derek Yung
Source: Kellogg School of Management
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Release Date: 1 January 2006. Prod #: KEL170-PDF-ENG
MDCM, Inc. (A): IT Strategy Synchronization HBR case solution

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