This whitepaper defines project and portfolio management (PPM), governance, and describes a model for portfolio management governance.
This presentation defines IT Governance, describes the 5 domains of IT governance and suggests ways to design effective IT Governance in an organization.
This report provides an overview of IT governance, including principles and guidelines, discusses governance structures and committees, and highlights IT governance trends at institutes of higher education.
This white paper examines a means to achieving a workable point of equilibrium between the demands of the enterprise and the services an IT organization can supply.
This paper provides an overview of information technology demand management – what is it? how it works? why is it important? what are its benefits to the IT organization and the business it helps?
A good discussion on information technology governance – what is it – IT governance defined? why is it important? what to focus on in a sourced environment? what are the items on an audit checklist?
This paper introduces a framework for global ebusiness IT governance.
This presentation describes the steps in performing an information security assessment – what are the critical security goals and objectives? what are the documentation requirements? how to incorporate regulatory requirements? how to gather data to support a security assessment? how to perform a gap analysis? how to create a security road map? – and discusses the lessons learnt.
This presentation provides an overview of IT Governance – what is it? why is it important – describes and compares four key IT Governance frameworks – Van Grembergen, Alan Calder, Weill & Ross, Craig Symons – and proposes IT governance framework implementation steps.
This paper presents a process-oriented approach to manage organizational change needed to improve information security compliance. The approach uses Business Aligned Information Security  anagement (BAISeM) and principles that have been derived from standards like ITIL, CObIT and ISO 27001. In order to illustrate the approach, the context of IT service continuity is selected as an example.