Top-performing businesses succeed in obtaining value from IT where others fail. They do this by implementing effective IT governance to support their strategies and create a culture of good practice.
According to ongoing research at MIT, “Companies with effective IT governance have profits that are 20% higher than other companies pursuing similar strategies.” It’s no coincidence that the well governed IT departments were showing a 40% greater return on IT asset investments too!
To join these top-performing organisation, you should begin by answering these questions:
- What is IT Governance?
- How do we really achieve IT / Business Alignment?
- How do we navigate, draw on and integrate the most useful aspects of all the currently available governance frameworks?
- How do we identify and manage IT risk across the enterprise?
- What does best practice for the Corporate Governance of IT look like today?
- How does one implement an IT Governance Framework?
- How does an IT Governance Framework help us optimise IT delivery, value and performance?
Our Implementing IT Governance: Foundation & Principles training course will answer these questions. The 4-6 July 2012 course has a special June price, saving you 30% per delegate!
|Implementing IT Governance: Foundation & Principles
4-6 July 2012 in London
Created and led by Alan Calder, the Implementing IT Governance: Foundations & Principles course is a three-day session that delivers foundation training to raise awareness, build knowledge and develop a complete understanding of IT governance. Alan is acknowledged by his peers as an expert in the field and is the author of a number of definitive publications which include IT Governance: Guidelines for Directors and IT Governance Today – a Practitioner’s Handbook.
Ensure your organisation achieves IT / Business alignment
If you can’t attend this course, you should look at the best-selling IT Governance Framework Toolkit. It’s contained on a CD-Rom and includes 1,600 pages of IT governance implementation resources (98 different documents, including templates, guidelines, checklists, questionnaires, slide presentations, assessments and planning tools).