It Complex Project Management: A Case Study with Focus on the Business Strategy in the Financial Services Industry

Ana Glória Slechticius, César Augusto Biancolino, Eloisa Helena Rodrigues Guimarães, Otávio Bandeira De Lamônica Freire

Abstract


This study aims to analyze what is the relationship between the concepts of complex project management and IT strategic planning in companies from the financial industry. To this end, from the literature review, we present four research assumptions that were analyzed empirically through the strategy of a single case study in a company in the financial sector with high representation in the Brazilian scenario. It was found that the strategic management of IT is related to the alignment between business and IT being the correct execution of complex projects in IT is naturally part of the strategic plans of the organizations due to the key role that IT plays in supporting the business. Additionally, it was found to be necessary alignment between strategic objectives and business of an organization that relies on IT to substantially that the implementation of a complex IT project has effective foundation to be properly implemented.

Keywords


Project Management; Complex Projects; Corporate Strategy.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.5585/ijsm.v11i3.1923

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