You are welcome to Information Technology Policy and Strategy – Workbook Edition. The book aims at introducing readers to how organizations and institutions develop information systems strategies and corresponding policies to govern the development, deployment and use of information systems (IS). The objectives are to equip the reader/student with the knowledge and practice of strategic information systems planning and the implications new technologies have on their employees and the organisation as a whole. The book is aimed at being used in teaching and hence, it adopts an interactive approach requiring the reader/student to participate in the learning process. On completion, the reader/student should be equipped to understand, assess and develop IS strategies and policies for organizations. The reader/student should also be able to evaluate new and emerging technologies to develop strategic plans on how they can be aligned with business processes and policies. Topics discussed in this book include information technology/policy development and implementation, strategic information systems planning, information strategy success, and information systems-business alignment. Topics are discussed alongside several global examples and case studies.