Seven Tips for the Successful Improvement of GEIT

Bonneaud, Alain
December 2014
COBIT Focus;12/8/2014, p1
Academic Journal
The article presents the seven tips to improve governance of enterprise information technology (GEIT) for business success. The approaches include establishing the desired changes to meet business needs, obtaining commitment and engagement of top management, integrating the COBIT 5 guidance into the organizational context. It further suggests to create the dream team for success, define enabler goals, define a communication strategy, and prepare the transition into the new rules.


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