IT Governance, Risk, and Compliance

Jul 6 2010   6:10PM GMT

Not-for-profit Risk Management – Part II

Posted by: Robert Davis
Educational Institutions
Enterprise Governance
Entity Governance
Governance Tree
Government Agencies
IT Architecture
IT Service Management
Performance Measurement
Risk Assessment
Risk Management
Strategic Planning
Strategic Risk
Value Delivery

By definition, strategy is the skill in managing or planning an approach to achieving an end. It is crucial to accomplishing an entity’s long range plans. Strategy is concerned with controlling the entity’s destiny and achieving stated goals; while planning is a formalized procedure to produce an articulated expected outcome, in the form of an integrated system of decisions. However, as with most decisions there are risks. IT strategic risk is the current and prospective affect on value delivery arising from adverse decisions, improper deployment decisions, or lack of responsiveness to environment changes; whereas IT planning risk is the current and prospective affect on the control environment arising from incorrect identification, improper design decisions, or lack of reliable information. Thus, the prerequisite to sustaining a holistic strategy is adequate risk management planning.

View Part I of the Not-for-profit Risk Management series here

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