Gartner Research

New Brunswick Uses a Risk-Adjusted Value Model to Influence Business Decisions

Published: 09 June 2015

ID: G00270786

Analyst(s): Michael Smith, Paul Proctor

Summary

Organizations struggle to realize measurable business outcomes when risks are reported strictly as technology issues. Using our Risk-Adjusted Value Model, the province of New Brunswick changed its security and IT risk governance to a strategic practice that saves money and engages non-IT executives.

Table Of Contents
  • Key Challenges

Introduction

  • Case Study: The Canadian Province of New Brunswick

Analysis

  • Use Gartner's Risk-Adjusted Value Model to Create Leading Risk Indicators and Map Risk to Business Outcomes
  • Create Risk-Adjusted Leading Performance Indicators by Integrating Leading Risk Indicators With Leading Performance Indicators
  • Eliminate IT Operations Language and Information in Business Cases, Metrics and Other Communications Intended for Executive Decision Makers
  • Adopt a Services' Mindset Focused on Long-Term Risk Improvement With Business Outcomes

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