RGT stands for run, grow, transform—the three buckets that IT work usually falls under while supporting a company’s strategic objectives.
Let’s examine these three themes:
This theme is all about the day-to-day—the bones of your company framework that need to stay strong to operate and maintain your business. IT expenses that fall under this theme don’t typically propel the business forward, but they deliver efficiency continued operations.
Examples of this type of work might be application management, support functions like a help desk, or compliance work.
This theme looks at the expansion and enhancement of IT systems. Usually, these systems support business growth or improvements to process.
If your company’s strategy is focused on growth in capabilities or competitiveness, it’s likely that some of your overall IT investments—including money, time, and effort—will be focused on this theme.
This type of work usually incurs increased spending for these projects that help grow the business.
This theme is the one that usually costs your business the most, on a variety of fronts.
It can be a risky theme because these are usually where the big expenditures for innovative projects come into play.
Work in this area is focused on expansion into new markets or new audiences and involves large teams and large budgets in an effort to propel the business forward.
Using the run, grow, transform framework can help IT departments in all industries to stay on top of the digital initiatives that are taking place within their company.
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