Aligning IT with business objectives has become a necessity for modern businesses. Hardly any business can survive if its IT function doesn’t deliver on effectiveness and efficiency. Optimising IT operations and IT capacity to accommodate business needs should be at the heart of the corporate governance of IT.
In his course Implementing IT Governance: Foundation and Principles
, IT governance expert Alan Calder provides a comprehensive introduction of this critical subject to senior IT professionals and business leaders.
The Implementing IT Governance: Foundation and Principles course
is structured so that it positions IT governance in its wider context, whilst detailing the essential building blocks for reviewing all the core frameworks. The course then looks at the practical steps for integrating those aspects that are most appropriate to each individual corporate situation. The course includes an outline IT Governance Framework Implementation Road Map.
Those who pass the optional exam at day 3 of the course will be awarded the Certified in IT Governance Principles (CITGP) by IBITGQ
The next three-day Implementing IT Governance: Foundation and Principles course
takes place in London on 25-27 June 2013. There are a few places remaining that can be booked online at www.itgovernance.co.uk/shop/p-590.aspx