Information Technology's role in enabling an organization's business is crucial. It is important to be analyzed and appraised to determine the position and transition of IT in an organization. The study employs a qualitative approach to identify transformations and analyze how the IT leadership strategy may provide chances for deploying IT based on internal business unit concerns, customer problems, and how it can generate new value propositions. In this study, data collection was carried out by means of exploratory literature studies and interviews that are semi-structured. The findings of this study demonstrate that IT leaders who understand the organization's business needs in depth will have a faster time defining the direction of policies and strategies to create business models and manage IT dynamically in response to business demands. Cooperation among stakeholders participating in business process can help organizations reach their objectives faster. Review and assessment are required to ensure that progress is in line with the objectives.