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How Chinese CIOs Can Improve IT Governance Practices

Published: 17 April 2015

ID: G00273967

Analyst(s): Changhua Li, Owen Chen


IT governance is a popular topic among Chinese CIOs, and it's not just a technology issue; it's a matter of financial management, and the political factors are also important. Create a governance framework before making the decision to centralize IT, and learn to establish "just-enough" governance.

Table Of Contents
  • Key Challenges



  • Consider Factors in Technology, Finance and Politics
  • Create an IT Governance Framework
  • Avoid Common Pitfalls in High-Level Governance
  • Establish Just-Enough Governance for Mode 2 IT
  • Conclusion

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