IT Governance, Risk, and Compliance:

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May 12, 2009  3:25 PM

Developing Objectives – Part IV



Posted by: Robert Davis
Accountability, Behavioral Management, Benchmarking, Goals, IAP, Information Asset Protection, Information Security Governance, Information Security Management, ISG, ISM, Management by Objectives, MBO, Planning Committee, Resource Allocation, Responsibility

MBO is a participative behavioral approach to managing employees. One of the primary MBO assumptions is that employees prefer to work hard once they are provided with employer expectations. Intuitively, sustaining accepted expectations...

May 7, 2009  11:14 PM

Developing Objectives – Part III



Posted by: Robert Davis
Accountability, Behavioral Management, Benchmarking, Goals, IAP, Information Asset Protection, Information Security Governance, Information Security Management, ISG, ISM, Management by Objectives, MBO, Planning Committee, Resource Allocation, Responsibility

A system for disseminating information security management objectives is considered fundamental to obtain employee commitment. One way to communicate entity-centric information security objectives is clear and concise policies. Information security...

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May 4, 2009  6:32 PM

Developing Objectives – Part II



Posted by: Robert Davis
Accountability, Behavioral Management, Benchmarking, Goals, IAP, Information Asset Protection, Information Security Governance, Information Security Management, ISG, ISM, Management by Objectives, MBO, Planning Committee, Resource Allocation, Responsibility

Within behavioral management theory, entity leaders have alternative approaches available to accomplish information assets safeguarding objectives development -- including participative, consultative, free rein, and autocratic models....


April 30, 2009  7:20 PM

Developing Objectives – Part I



Posted by: Robert Davis
Accountability, Behavioral Management, Benchmarking, Goals, Management by Objectives, MBO, Planning Committee, Resource Allocation, Responsibility

There exist various theories regarding managing employees. Behavioral management theorists believe leadership traits are not genetic. Thus, leaders assume distinct behaviors that can be studied and applied according to individual perceptions...


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