IT Governance, Risk, and Compliance

Apr 12 2010   6:05PM GMT

Achieving Not-for-profit Organizational Objectives through IT Governance Deployment – Part II



Posted by: Robert Davis
Tags:
COBIT
E-Governance
Enterprise Governance
Entity Governance
Governance Tree
Government Agencies
ICT
Information Systems Audit and Control Association
ISACA
ITG
ITGI
Non-profit
Not-for-profit
Service Delivery

Whether an organizational formation exists for-profit, or not-for-profit; to exercise effective governance throughout an entity, the top-level oversight committee and senior executives must have a clear understanding of what to expect from an IT governance program. Logically, as defined by ISACA, IT governance is a sub-domain of enterprise governance. Based on this premise, if properly designed and deployed, IT governance should provide a generally accepted means for ensuring: information and communication requirements are strategically aligned with the not-for-profit’s designated mission, investments are value driven, and risks are managed judiciously. Thus, not-for-profit information dissemination effectiveness is measurable by the degree strategic synchronization fulfills the entity’s mission.

View Part I of the Achieving Not-for-profit Organizational Objectives through IT Governance Deployment series here

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