Lesson 1 - IT Governance as part of Corporate Governance.ppt

Review the measurement of it performance and the

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Review the measurement of IT performance and the contribution of IT to the business
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BENEFITS OF ITG Transparency and Accountability Return on Investment/ Stakeholder Value Opportunities and Partnerships Performance Improvement External Compliance
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TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY Improved transparency of IT costs, IT process, IT portfolio (projects and services). Clarified decision-making accountabilities and definition of user and provider relationships.
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ROI/STAKEHOLDER VALUE Improved understanding of overall IT costs and their input to ROI cases. Combining focused cost-cutting with an ability to reason for investment. Stakeholders allowed to see IT risk/returns. Improved contribution to stakeholder returns.
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OPPORTUNITIES AND PARTNERSHIP Provide route to realise opportunities that might not receive attention or sponsorship. Positioning of IT as a business partner (and clarifying what sort of business partner IT is). Facilitate joint ventures with other companies.
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OPPORTUNITIES AND PARTNERSHIP Facilitate more businesslike relationships with key IT partners (vendors and suppliers). Achieve a consistent approach to taking risks. Enables IT participation in business strategy (which is then reflected in IT strategy) and vice versa. Improve responsiveness to market challenges and opportunities.
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PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT Achieve clear identification of whether an IT service or project supports “business as usual” or is intended to provide future added value.
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