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Template to compose information systems strategic plan
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INFORMATION SYSTEMS STRATEGIC PLANNING FRAMEWORK 
Part 1: Strategic IntentNoComponentsDescription
1Mission2Values3Vision4Domains
Categories of performance areas of the business to realize the vision
5Goals
List of of targets to be achieved in the defined performance areas of thebusiness.
6Services
Categories of programs or products to implement the goals
7Outcomes
List of measurable results to be realized by the category of services
8Investment
Configuration of goods and services to support the outcomes, it includes theestimation of cost and capitalization sources.
9Governance
Flow chart of roles and responsibilities structure to sustain and control theinitiation, planning, execution, and continual improvement of the services,investments and results.
Part 2: Strategic Baseline
Specific internal and external variables that describe the operational status and management of theorganization, and will provide the proper assumptions in establishing the goals and actions to be selected inbringing about the vision of the future. 
2.1 Business Organization Reference Model
Business Reference Model Name:
What is the standard name of the business in relation to its reference model? 
Industry Segment:
What industry sector the business is identified? (retail, manufacturing,education, regulatory, etc.)
Business Domain Scope:
What are the scope category of the business area in terms of the primary  functions to fulfill? (ordering, delivery, billing, etc.)
Business Area:
What are the collection of business process (tasks) in the defined scopecategory? (order registration, order review, order reply, order confirmation,etc..)
Business Outcomes:
What are the expected outcomes from the collection of business process? (Efficient transaction to receive, to approve, to communicate, and to realizecustomer's order.)
Business Suppliers
Who are critical providers of inputs for the business area to deliver thebusiness outcomes? 
Business Customers
Who are beneficiary of the results generated by the activities of the businessarea? 
Business Organizational Tree
Who are responsible in management of the business, and the structural tree of their roles, responsibilities, and dependencies?? 
 
2.2 Operation S.W.O.T.
No.Performance AreasStrengthWeaknessOpportunityThreats
1Policies, Strategies, Goals,Objectives and Programs2Skills and Experts3Process4Governance5Products and ServicesQuality Management6Customer Relationship7Information Management8Fiscal Management9Resource Management10Technology, Tools,Standards and Methods11Acquisition and ServiceProvider Management12Compliance and ContinualImprovement
2.3 ICT Services Performance Status
ICT COMPONENTSPERFORMANCE STATUSNo.Service AreasInventoryAssetsLocationUsersAvailabilityReliabilityUsabilitySecurityCost
1Workstations2Network Devices3Network Cabling4Servers Hardware5Network Services6Office Software7Specialized Software8Web Services9Security Services10Storage Services11Application Services12Database Services13Active Directory14Bandwidth Services15Help Desk16Service Management17Support Equipment18Power Management
 
2.4 Environment Condition
Specific external trends, scenario, and changes that currently exist or anticipated to emerge, and willprovide the opportunity, constraint and risks in the implementation of the strategic intents.
Organization DomainsPoliticalEconomicRegulatoryIndustryTechnology
Business ModelInformation ModelTechnology ModelPeople CapabilityProviders CapabilityCulture Maturity
Part 3: Strategic Goals
Performance AreasWhat to AchieveWhat to PreserveWhat to AvoidWhat to Eliminate
Business ModelInformation ModelTechnology ModelPeople CapabilityProviders CapabilityCulture Maturity
Part 4: Strategic Program
Performance AreasGoalsProgram NameKey Performance Indicators
Business ProcessImprovementPeople CapabilityInformation MaturityService and ProductQualityCustomer RelationshipRevenue GenerationsProduct and ServicesInnovation

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