IT STRATEGIC, PLAN, & PORTOFOLIO
Strategic, Planning & Portfolio Management is a series of studies conducted to plan an ICT utilization. Each planning study has a different scope and point of view. Just as in building a building, there are several steps taken to realize the vision and mission or goals to be achieved. This stage is distinguished and determined based on the angle of field used. The following is an overview of the planning carried out in the ICT field. Information System Strategic Planning or strategic planning of information systems is a form of planning that is carried out to translate strategic plans carried out. In its preparation, the organization or business strategic plan becomes the main guide in its implementation. This drafting study was conducted to determine the extent to which the roles and responsibilities of ICT for the success and success of business vision and mission. The IT master plan is a document that details the process of managing business that is supported by a comprehensive technology used by organizations that serves as a guide for ICT-related decision making, with ICT tasks prioritized and implemented using the plan as a framework. IT Masterplan contains a roadmap and strategy for a proposed technology that will be utilized by the business to help realize the vision, mission and goals to be achieved. The IT blueprint or IT Blueprint is a document containing planning created by an information technology organization to guide priorities, projects, budgets, staffing and other IT strategy related initiatives. The IT blueprint details the organization’s future goals and documents the specific steps needed to achieve this goal. A leader or other IT strategist is responsible for creating an IT blueprint, determining which aspects are important enough to be included and which are not. In most cases, the IT blueprint will determine which specific technology to use, as well as employees or third-party contractors in charge of managing it. IT portfolio management or commonly called IT portfolio is a set of methods and tools used to control, measure, and control IT investments and corporate spending related to IT shopping to meet business objectives without exceeding available resources. IT portfolios actively manage IT to support businesses needed to achieve specific strategic business goals by identifying, determining, evaluating, prioritizing, selecting, starting, managing and controlling programs. IT portfolios can also map desired business outcomes, ensure that program objectives support achievement of results, understand the overall scope of business needed to achieve results, establish clear accountability with supporting actions, determine projects in the program, allocate resources and funding, delegate authority, and assign projects needed at the launch of the program. IT Capacity Plan is a process to determine the IT infrastructure that will be needed to meet the demands of future workloads. The capacity plan contains a scenario that offers a choice of costs to provide the service level target as specified. This plan allows service designers to make the best choices about how to provide quality services at affordable prices. When starting capacity planning, it refers to the need to consider the capacity of existing resources when determining demand among potential job portfolios to invest. Things that need to be considered during capacity planning are working hours, availability, skills, level of resource capability, and average work throughput. Capacity planning is a fairly strategic activity, so that the current capacity is best assessed based on roles and types. Capacity planning increases the likelihood that organizations will have the resources to make specific investments when needed.