By Jean-Louis Leignel, Thierry Ungaro, Adrien Staar
The main aim of this booklet is to supply businesses an easy and sensible approach to check their adulthood within the Governance info process, in order that they are in operating order to stand the demanding situations of electronic Transformation. How can businesses successfully deal with their funding in IT platforms and make the most of their development?
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Better planning of the development of the IS. – Opportunities and partnership: positioning of the IT department as a strategic and operational partner within the company. Improvement of business relationships with the key IT suppliers. Development of the capacity of companies to respond to the opportunities and to the challenges of its market. – Performance improvement: better identification of the capacity of investments in IT to support the company’s business units and create value. Increased efficiency in the execution of business processes.
The EISG is based on the following: – decision-making processes; – decision-making bodies; – standards and best practices; – appropriate control frameworks; – communication aimed at ensuring transparency. Digital Transformation: Information System Governance, First Edition. Jean-Louis Leignel, Thierry Ungaro and Adrien Staar. © ISTE Ltd 2016. Published by ISTE Ltd and John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 22 Digital Transformation It is based on a set of best practices, of very different natures, ranging from: – operational subjects, such as the development of service level agreements or project management; – to strategic issues, such as the contribution of the projects portfolio to the development of the business or organization; – not forgetting economic considerations, such as the control of the costs of products or services provided by the IT department to its internal clients.
How can the improvement process be initiated? EISG is a dynamic and evolutionary approach. It is much more than a procedure or a recipe to be followed. It responds primarily to management objectives that must take into account the enterprise’s culture. Once the priorities have been defined, the objective is then to identify and to gradually implement the best practices which are the best suited. Naturally, this implementation must be achieved in a progressive and adapted manner and in the context of a quality approach.
Digital transformation: information systems governance by Jean-Louis Leignel, Thierry Ungaro, Adrien Staar