About business transformation
The University's business transformation activities are governed and supported by three main structures:
- The business transformation portfolio (BTP) is a segment of the current and upcoming transformational change initiatives required to help the University achieve its strategic objectives.
- The business transformation board (BTB) is the governance body responsible for making investment decisions and monitoring progress of all initiatives within the BTP.
- The Business Transformation Portfolio Office (BTPO) supports the BTP and BTB by providing a range of support and assurance related services.
Business transformation involves the application of a holistic approach to improvement activities, with the focus being to develop all aspects of an operational business system. This approach ensures the expected outcomes and associated benefits are more fully realised.
To ensure a holistic approach is taken on all initiatives within the BTP, the people, organisation, processes, information and technology (POPIT) model has been integrated within the business transformation lifecycle.
Whilst business transformation performs a key role in supporting the exploitation of IT to obtain business benefit, this is set within the context of the entire business system.
Find out more about the POPIT model within the business transformation glossary.