Comprehensive guidance on Information Technology Governance (IT Governance).
This document presents a model for the governance of Information Technology. CIOs can use this IT Governance framework as an example to implement IT governance in their own organizations.
This document presents a framework for the governance of Information Technology. CIOs can use this sample IT Governance model as a template to implement IT governance in their own organizations.
This case study explores the accuracy of ITIL maturity self-assessment. This is critical to the success of an ITIL implementation. MUST Read. (100 pages)
This comprehensive report explores the issues in implementing multiple Information Technology Governance Frameworks (IT Governance Frameworks) and using a study of IT Governance Framework implementation across multiple organizations proposes best practices to extract maximum business value from these frameworks. (100+ Pages)
The author discusses the strengths and weaknesses of ITIL with a view to complementing it with other framework and processes for better business outcomes. Why ITIL? Why ITIL may not be enough? What more is needed? How to get it to work with ITIL? CIOs can learn how to use ITIL to create business value. Excellent Discussion! (100 pages)
This comprehensive case study details the implementation of Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) at a large enterprise. Good insights for the CIO to learn from a real life example.
Increasingly, organizational boundaries are being stretched beyond their traditional design. Work, and value are being created outside traditional organizational borders – processes and governance must adapt to to maximize value. This document proposes a framework to govern relationships that involve multiple independent parties for example in an outsourcing relationship. (100 pages)
This in-depth presentation details a step by step process for risk management, internal controls audit, and compliance using COSO Framework.Excellent Read! (150 Pages)
This research explored the use of popular IT Governance frameworks – Cobit, ITIL etc. – in the enterprise. Who is using them? why are they being used? How are they being used? What benefit is being accrued as a result? A good discussion on using IT Governance frameworks from a practical perspective.