The IT Project That Brought a Bank to Its Knees

Harvard Business Review

s Co-operative Bank in June 2013. One section highlights the problems the bank encountered as it attempted to replace its core banking systems, a program that was cancelled in 2013 at a cost of almost £300 million. The factors contributing to the failure cited in the report are ones that we all too frequently have encountered when we have reviewed challenged or failed projects. This is the architecture question. enterprise architecture ?

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A Board Director's Perspective on What IT Has to Get Right

Harvard Business Review

online idea markets), the center of expertise for innovation support, and analysis across the enterprise. The biggest opportunities for these companies are simplification and horizontal integration projects.

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