For many companies, the next big IT initiative involves
deploying Microsoft Windows 2000. The payoff promises
to be significant: a reliable, scalable, manageable, Internet-ready platform for your
organization. Yet the transition could be complex. Aligning people and processes with
this new technology is a critical component to smooth, rapid deployment—and to your
success. That means getting everyone—business managers, IT professionals, and outside
vendors—to share a common language for describing their expectations and requirements. And it means keeping
them informed and involved every step of the way. The question is: How you are going to manage all of this?...