Do you speak “business” or “IT”? What if there was a “third” language that was natural for both business and IT execs and only comprised a handful of words?
When business and Information Technology executives sit down at a table to solve problems and build new solutions, the outcome is rarely pretty and often the process can be downright unpleasant. But what if there was a “third” language? A common language that was natural for both business and IT execs yet, straightforward enough to use and sophisticated enough to work in today’s connected world? What if such a language only comprised a handful of words?
According to Lost in Translation, written by Capgemini’s Nigel Green and Carl Bate, the “loss in translation” between the business and IT worlds would happen less if this third language was used to bring aspects of business and technology together to make a more cohesive, simplified and yet comprehensive approach to the entire problem.