Once you decide on the high-level structure of your IT governance (as discussed in Setting up the right IT Governance – Part 1), you must flesh out the committee membership rosters, activities, and most importantly – accountabilities. Read More
IT Governance is no piece of cake. While there is no such thing as one-size governance, “over-governance” and “under-governance” are pretty easy to spot. The terrors of the former include redundant committees, attendees who show up because “it’s nice to know what’s going on,” and long paper trails that obstruct decision-making. The problems associated with the latter are arguably even uglier: failed audits, delayed projects, and political crises. As the CIO, you need to strike the right balance in setting up governance, and then walk the tightrope ever on.