IT Governance, Risk, and Compliance

Aug 30 2011   8:47PM GMT

Common Risk Determinants for an IT Architecture – Part II

Robert Davis Robert Davis Profile: Robert Davis

Communicating the expectation for adequate IT controls to every entity employee aids in establishing an effective ITG support structure. Therefore, ITG should be installed to convey managements’ CE attitude, awareness, and actions regarding IT. Step-wise, ITG should ensure an adequate IT project governance program is installed.

Generally, business drivers for implementing an IT project governance program include:
 Ensuring active involvement of users
 Ensuring active involvement of stakeholders
 Adopting proven best practices for project management
 Ensuring that there is a focus on business outcomes during project decision making
 Provisioning a consistent approach to project management
 Establishing a common understanding of the processes for project management
 Establishing a common understanding of the responsibilities for project management
 Establishing a common understanding of the accountabilities for project management

View Part I of the Common Risk Determinants for an IT Architecture series here

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