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For a team to win games and claim championships, it needs to be more than a group of individual star players with unique sets of specialty skills. Winning teams operate under a common vision, mission and share a playbook established by strong leaders who understand how the various members of the team are best organized to achieve team goals. Following this analogy, business and IT leaders across an enterprise should share a common vision, portfolio priorities and agree on how they collectively best leverage technology resources and data to achieve business objectives. To achieve this goal, it is safe to assume that the organization would need to have an effective governance structure and framework to bring the diverse internal and external players into an alignment and shared purpose. To carry the sports analogy a bit further, what is needed is an informed and skilled senior coaching staff who understand that their primary responsibility is to take a team of very diverse players and optimize their performance as a collective whole versus focusing on one or two star players....
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