Leadership Development Module 1, Chapter 4: Decision Making in IT
Published: 26 February 2016
This chapter tackles decision making in IT from two perspectives. CIOs can use IT governance as a tool to ensure the best decisions for the most effective use of IT. CIOs can also increase their influence over decision making to turn IT governance into a higher priority for the business.
Table Of Contents
- IT Governance — Definition and Implementation
- Establishing Goals, Domains, Principles, Policies and Decision Rights
- Defining Demand Governance and Supply Governance Processes
- The Anatomy of Decision Making
- Influence Over Decisions and How to Make IT Governance a Priority for the Business
- Recommended Reading
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