An organization won’t spend resources to change without good reason. Drivers explain why you want to move from your current state to your future state.
Last March at the IA Summit, Christina Wodtke grabbed myself and Livia Labate for a quick discussion about how information architects can better interface with the business. The interview is up at Boxes and Arrows.
Information architecture, like business analysis and enterprise architecture, is a discipline of framing and alignment that ensures an organization’s parts work together.