Inspired by strategically minded CIOs and best practice competition winners, respected industry thought leader Jill Dyché is writing a new book about how IT is changing and, when in synch with organizational culture and strategy, its potential to transform how companies function. Trends like digital, analytics and big data are pushing the envelope for technology expectations within lines of business, and with business users often acting independently the traditional IT group simply can’t stand on its own. “The New IT” is about collaboration, working together to make IT effective and enculturating that to provide lasting business value.

After delivering the opening keynote at the 2014 TDWI World Conference in Las Vegas, Dyché, the VP of SAS best practices, sat down with Information Management to discuss the book and the trends inspiring it.

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