The end of year brings up a deliverable that every IT organization should produce but rarely does. The annual plan is an extension of the original business case that you put together to allocate funding and resources. Have the environment, customer community or requirements changed since you started your program? The annual plan is a great communication device that can be used in various ways such as:

Ensuring a solid communication plan after the business case will enable the metadata organization to add value over the long term. The annual plan itself consists of five major components: yearly review, major accomplishments, summary plans, architecture reviews and metrics.

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