The down deep and gritty information technology is so complex for most of us that being able to manage the people and processes is a lot less effective than we need.
Excerpt: IT is a huge part of most companies’ budgets. CIOs write massive checks to vendors that are forever gobbling each other up and gaining the leverage to increase their fees. IT governance — the process that allows a company’s senior management to direct and measure their IT investments — is one sure way to get the biggest bang from those big checks. But most governance functions do not work that well. Typically, all those committees, meetings, reports, and rules of engagement do more to encumber IT decision-making than facilitate it.
Read full article CFO leadership governance IT ROI. From CFO.com