Tuesday July 7, 2020

How to reach optimal capability

IT-CMF allows companies find out what is holding them back

Killian Woods

Business reporter

30th August, 2015
Phil Codd, managing director, SQS (far right) is photographed with staff members.

Speaking specifically about how useful IT-CMF (information technology - capability maturity framework) is for chief information officers (CIOs) from his experience, Phil Codd, managing director of SQS Ireland, said the framework’s ability to break down “critical capabilities” allows organisations to hone in on what exactly is holding them back.

“The framework is excellent from a CIO’s perspective, because it details how you should look at the business from four pillars: how...

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