1 edition of Business strategy and applications in enterprise IT governance found in the catalog.
Business strategy and applications in enterprise IT governance
Wim Van Grembergen
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Wim van Grembergen and Steven DeHaes, editors|
|LC Classifications||HD30.28 .B8647 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781466617797, 9781466617803, 9781466617810|
|LC Control Number||2012002615|
Boundaryless organizations utilize the cloud, have a uniform approach to data, security and governance, and have established paths for exploring unconventional business/technology partnerships. 75 say systems are breaking down the boundaries between data, infrastructure and applications, between humans and machines, and even between competing. achievement of outcomes. The IT strategy takes into account the various business and mission strategies across the Department and is designed to enhance and enable those strategies; and the IT strategy addresses people issues, including the organizational alignment of personnel performing IT and cybersecurity processes, governance, and management.
The enterprise architecture provides a clear view of the application landscape and identifies the associated business, technical, strategic, and operational risks, while the business analysis techniques determine the health and strategic relevance of the applications. This book shows its readers how to achieve the goal of genuine IT governance. The key here is the successful development of enterprise architecture as the necessary foundation. With its capacity to span and integrate business procedures, IT applications and IT infrastructure, enterprise architecture opens these areas up to analysis and makes.
An IT Strategy is an iterative process to align IT capabilities with the business strategy and requirements. One of the main reasons for developing an Enterprise Architecture with TOGAF 9 is to support the business by providing the fundamental technology and process structure for an IT Strategy. From board selection and strategic decision making to day-to-day operations and legal compliance, corporate governance is a way for companies to create a framework for sound business practices, sustained growth, and risk management. At its core, corporate governance entails an internal control system for transparent de.
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Within the IT-related business domain, it is important to advance theory building and practices regarding management and governance issues.
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Business Strategy and Applications in Enterprise IT Governance emphasizes how organizations enable both businesses and IT people to execute their responsibilities in support of business/IT alignment and the creation of business value from IT enabled corporation investments.
This publication distributes leading research that is both academically. Get this from a library. Business strategy and applications in enterprise IT governance.
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Business Strategy and Applications in Enterprise IT Governance by Wim Van Grembergen,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Business Strategy and Applications in Enterprise IT Governance emphasizes how organizations enable both businesses and IT people to execute their responsibilities in support of business/IT align- ment and the creation of business value from IT enabled corporation investments.
IT governance is a formal framework that provides a structure for organizations to ensure that IT investments support business objectives. The need for formal corporate and IT governance practices.
A Research Journey into Enterprise Governance of IT, Business/IT Alignment and Value Creation: /ch Enterprise governance of IT is a relatively new concept in literature, and is gaining more interest in the academic and practitioner’s world.
Enterprise. COBIT, currently in its fifth edition, is a good-practice framework for the enterprise governance of IT. There is limited academic research that either analyzes COBIT or leverages COBIT as an. business, data, applications, technology, and IT investments, as specified in the EPA EA Policy, Section 3.
The Enterprise Architecture is a strategic information asset base that describes the Agency’s business, the information necessary to operate the business, the technologies necessary to support the business.
IT governance is playing an increasingly important role in achieving business results. IT governance helps enterprises align IT architecture and strategy with business goals to ensure that the right technology will be in place to support the organization as it moves forward.
With a well-developed IT governance framework, enterprises can better accommodate the needs and interests of. an application that delivers a business or mission function management and application migration strategy.
Application rationalization is an ongoing, critical part of IT portfolio management, and is a not, consider establishing strong IT governance enterprise-wide.
Enterprise IT Governance Value to GSA. The following set of guiding principles have been adopted to provide a consistent enterprise approach to IT decision-making, and represent the value of EIG to GSA. (1) Ensure IT investment decisions support business.
Free 2-day shipping. Buy Business Strategy and Applications in Enterprise it Governance at nd: Business Science Reference. Background. The discipline of information technology governance first emerged in as a derivative of corporate governance and deals primarily with the connection between an organisation's strategic objectives, business goals and IT management within an highlights the importance of value creation and accountability for the use of information and related technology and.
Corporate Governance. Corporate governance refers to the way a corporation is governed. Corporate governance refers to the set of systems, principles and processes by which a company is governed and deals with determining ways to take effective strategic decisions.
They provide the guidelines as to how a company can be directed or controlled such that it can fulfil its goals and.
This book integrates theoretical advances and empirical data on enterprise governance in information technology with practical applications from case examples.
It provides recent research advancements as well as hands-on examples from practice and clear insights on how these relate to theory. Detailed Table ofContents Preface xiii Chapter1 AResearch Journey into EnterpriseGovernanceofIT, Business/ITAlignmentandValueCreation 1 WimVan Grembergen,AntwerpManagementSchool, UniversityofAntwerp, Belgium StevenDeHaes,AntwerpManagementSchool, University ofAntwerp, Belgium Enterprise governance ofIT is a relatively new concept in literature, and is gaining more.
Featuring numerous case examples from companies around the world, this second edition integrates theoretical advances and empirical data with practical applications, including in-depth discussion on the COBIT 5 framework which can be used to build, measure and audit enterprise governance.
THIS ISSUE 1 Business Capability Maps: The Missing Link Between Business Strategy and IT Action 5 Enterprise Architecture Governance: A F ramework Approach.
The cloud style of computing represents the best practice approach to delivering any externally facing application, information or business process service as part of a digital business strategy.
Often, these customer- and partner-facing systems will lead the way to the creation of new cloud-native applications, and the expertise gained can. Enterprise Data Management (EDM) is the ability of an organization to precisely define, easily integrate and effectively retrieve data for both internal applications and external is focused on the creation of accurate, consistent and transparent content.
EDM emphasizes data precision, granularity and meaning and is concerned with how the content is integrated into business. They must evangelize the merits of cloud to business leaders to help them develop and extract business benefits that will yield a competitive edge and greater profitability.
“Cloud first” does not mean “cloud always.” For some organizations, the long-term goal may be to move all applications out of their data centers.Enterprise governance of IT (EGIT) is an integral part of The organization’s business strategy takes into account the current and future capabilities of IT; the strategic plans for IT satisfy the current and ongoing needs of the • All IT applications comply with rules and policies as mutually agreed upon by business and IT.