Enterprise Governance of Information Technology

Enterprise Governance of Information Technology

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Enterprise governance of information technology is a relatively new concept that is gaining traction in both the academic and practitioner worlds. Going well beyond the implementation of a superior IT infrastructure, a€œEnterprise Governance of Information Technologya€ is about defining and embedding processes and structures throughout the organizations that enable both business and IT people to execute their responsibilities, while maximizing the value created from their IT-enabled investments. At the forefront of the field, the authors draw from years of research and advising corporate clients to present the first comprehensive resource on the topic. Featuring numerous case examples from companies around the world, the book integrates theoretical advances and empirical data with practical application, including in-depth discussion of such frameworks as COBIT and VALIT, which are used to measure and audit the value of IT investments and ensuring regulatory compliance. A variety of elements, including executive summaries and sidebars, extensive references, and questions and activities (with additional materials available on-line) ensure that the book will be an essential resource for professionals, researchers, and students alike.I strongly recommend this book to Corporate and IT Managers as well as MBA and IT Graduate students.aquot; Aileen Cater-Steel, Ph.D Senior Lecturer (Information Systems) School of Information Systems University of Southern Queensland Australia

Title:Enterprise Governance of Information Technology
Author:Wim Van Grembergen, Steven De Haes
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2009-04-05


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