Organizational evolution and IT skills

With businesses and markets becoming less and less predictable, corporate adaptability today makes a difference for time-to-market and growth. In the context of IT, as well as of line-of-business, the requirement of flexibility becomes vital with what it achieves in terms of infrastructures, people, skills, and processes. The evolution of IT infrastructures with service logic, through the private and public cloud, makes it possible to adapt digital capabilities more quickly to needs. On the organizational level, it allows IT teams to automate and manage infrastructures at a high level, freeing up precious time for the requests of the line of business and for the study of proposals anticipating future needs.

With the digital transformation of the business, the IT organization plays a decisive role in the company’s ability to release new products and services. Among the most important changes at an organizational and process level is the adoption of the agile method in project management. Agile is suitable for managing projects with requirements that change continuously over time, allowing effective results to be obtained through a multiplicity of iterations between development, release, and collection of feedback for new changes and functional additions.

With agile methodology, change management is decentralized, feature teams created by bringing business people, developers, and IT operators together, share end-to-end the burdens and responsibilities of satisfying users for their workspace. On the operational front, the use of the cloud and managed services is functional to the rapid start-up of increasingly complex IT infrastructures and applications that, for example, make use of big-data analysis functions, text and image recognition. and voice, available as-a-service as cloud services. The challenge to obtain these advantages is in updating the organization and IT skills, the ability to find, choose and integrate existing digital services with the cloud of

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