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Returning Value

 

Dan Langermann suggests the first thing to do as executive sponsor is act as the link between those who execute the project and those who derive benefit from the project, is to establish a schedule up front for regular communications. So as the project plan is being put together we can figure out which way we want to go. We have to decide if we want to buy a package, use a service, develop an application ourselves or modernize our current application. All of these decisions should always be made in the context of returning value to the organization. As executive sponsor, I need to make sure that these types of decisions are not made for other reasons; such as someone wants to try some new technology, or any other reasons that are not part of returning value to the organization. 

 



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Daniel Langermann

Daniel Langermann is a management professional focused on leveraging Information Technology for business value. Dan is currently working with the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston on their invoice-processing platform. Dan is experienced in high tech, aerospace, defense, semiconductor, and consumer packaged goods. Dan is also a frequent guest lecturer at the graduate school of business.
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