This presentation introduces the IT Governance framework COBIT 4.1. Although dated, it provides a good overview of IT Governance using COBIT.
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 makes the case for IT Governance – what is it governance? why is it governance important? what is the key to success in it governance? what are the executive and board responsibilities? what are the governance process flows? how are it governance and Project Portfolio Management connected?
This presentation discusses information technology governance implementation – starting with setting a context for IT Governance and then the key frameworks for implementation.
This presentation provides guidance on implementing information technology (IT) governance to create business value using key IT governance frameworks such as COBIT and ValIT.
This study examined the factors influencing the effectiveness of information technology governance and found "significant positive relationships between the overall level of effective IT governance and" four specific factors namely, IT strategy committee, the involvement of senior management in IT, the existence of ethics/ culture of compliance in IT, and corporate communication systems.<br />
This presentation introduces Information Technology (IT) Governance, its key stakeholders and their interests, common IT Governance frameworks such as COBIT, Val IT and Risk IT and an overview of a life cycle for implementing IT Governance using these frameworks.
This whitepaper provides an executive overview of service management and discusses how to identify and leverage your existing service life cycles.