IT Governance
Improving IT governance is on the agenda of many organizations to improve the return from their IT investments, increase operational efficiencies, and reduce risk.

Organizations with robust IT governance mechanisms typically have a strong linkage between their business strategy and IT portfolio.

Executive involvement, performance measurement and accountability are the fundamental building blocks of a good governance system which in turn improves the anticipated ROI.

Key words
  • IT Governance Maturity Assessments in line with industry best practice frameworks such as COBIT
  • Implementing standardized IT governance structures and processes
    IT Demand and Portfolio Management to facilitate stronger business and IT alignment
  • Investment Governance to assess the current investment structure and processes, and to establish an IT Project Portfolio Performance Management Framework
  • PMO Set-Up and Optimization, including PMO maturity assessments, Sourcing Governance, encompassing Multi-Vendor Governance, Sourcing Performance Management (CMMI, PRINCE2, MSP)
  • IT Performance Management Services to design cascading scorecards in line with strategic objectives and our Performance Management Framework
Typical methods
  • ISO 38500
  • CobiT, TOGAF, Zachmann
  • ITIL, ISO27001/ISO27002, ISO20000, ...
  • Prince2, PMBOK, MSP, PMP
  • Risk management