I’m thrilled to welcome Rob Roberts from Leviathan Consulting Services as a guest blogger! Today he answers the question, “When is an IT project not an IT project?” and explains his answer.
When is an IT project not an IT project?
Unless you are a pure IT company, there should be no IT projects. All projects should be business-focused, business-sponsored, and business-driven. When a company implements a new accounting or ERP system, is that an IT project? No. Sure, it relies on IT resources for managing the servers, the software, and the databases as well as the network to reach the system. But it is NOT an IT project.