Published: 25 January 2017
Analyst(s): CIO Research Team
This research explores how IT Strategy, Governance, and Management functions are changing, as well as how CIOs should develop central functions to improve responsiveness and alignment with enterprises’ digital priorities.
IT Functional Management
IT Strategic Planning
IT performance measurement and communication
IT Vendor Management
Defining Strategy and Architecture
Setting Technology Standards and Principles
Promoting/Managing Standards and Principles Adherence
Managing the Project Portfolio
IT Portfolio Management
IT Program Management
IT Project Management
Organizational Change Management
Managing Information Risk
Communicating Information Risk
Information Security Operations
Managing IT Risk
Managing IT Talent
IT Talent Management and Strategy
IT Change Communications
Developing New Capabilities
Customer Experience and Customer Journey Mapping
Strategy, Governance, and Management Activities That Change for Digitization
Next Steps for the Future of IT Governance Roles
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