IT Governance Today - A Practitioner's Handbook
This book was written with two objectives. First, as a guide to a number of the detailed areas that are important for practitioners to think through when creating an IT governance framework, and second, to provide a detailed companion to "IT Governance: Guidelines for Directors."
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IMPLEMENTING IT GOVERNANCE
IT MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE 35 The CEO
ERM AND INTERNAL CONTROL 52 Governance
ENTERPRISE IT ARCHITECTURE 75 Posture
IT GOVERNANCE METRICS
IT PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT 114 Total cost of ownership
activities agile application appropriate areas auditor Balanced Scorecard Basel benefits best practice business goals business processes business strategy business unit calculation capability maturity model capable chapter CMMI CoBIT committee companies company’s competences component corporate governance COSO cost criteria deliver deployed deployment effective ensure enterprise IT architecture enterprise risk management environment ERM framework executive financial reporting governance framework governance practitioner Guidelines for Directors ICT infrastructure identified impact implementation improve information security information strategies information technology integrated intellectual assets internal control investment issues ITIL maturity models measurement methodology monitoring needs objectives operational risk management OPM3 optimisation organization’s business organization’s information organizational outsourcing planning portfolio management PRINCE2 principles project governance project management requirements responsibilities risk assessment risk management framework Sarbanes Oxley shareholders significant specific supplier Turnbull Guidance Turnbull Report Zachman framework