1. Overshooting your IT4IT project scope
2. Underestimating the importance of internal communication - both generally and for IT4IT
3. Getting stuck in silos
To spark this integrated communication from the get-go, DXC adopts an MVP Proof of Value approach. This strategy lets us break down silo divisions, enabling your various teams to form new, effective communication habits. Our Proof of Value mindset centres on establishing a bite-size, controllable MVP based on your actual situation, with actual teams involved. So, no demo data or systems; it’s far more tangible than that.
This way, we can demonstrate each incremental value addition at every stage of your IT4IT implementation. Highlighting each stage’s impact is key, as each adds value in its own right, rather than simply morphing into a waterfall implementation that only shows its worth after several years.
As it progresses, the MVP Proof of Value approach will steadily align your teams, acting as the bedrock of a future, fully-functional IT4IT flow. Simultaneously, we’ll craft a roadmap outlining how you can continuously communicate the developments in your IT4IT journey within your company. Establishing this type of strategic overview is a core priority at DXC, given it’s vital to maintaining the momentum behind your IT4IT implementation. With the right roadmap in place, implementing your cohesive, coherent IT4IT framework will only be a matter of time.