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ELIMINATING "US AND THEM": USING IT GOVERNANCE, PROCESS, AND BEHAVIORAL MANAGEMENT TO MAKE IT AND THE BUSINESS "ONE" by Steven Romero

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The State of IT Governance

You can’t discuss the state of IT governance without first talking about Peter Weill, Chairman of the MIT Sloan School of Management’s Center for Information Systems Research (CISR). Peter joined the Sloan faculty in 2000 to become director of MIT CISR and was named chairman in 2008.

MIT CISR is a research organization that has been asking and answering the same question for more than 36 years, “How do organizations generate business value from information technology?” Ask Weill today, what is the single most important factor in an organization’s ability to realize value from their technology investments? and his answer will be: IT governance. I am sure there are numerous reasons for his ...

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