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Organizing IT for Optimal Value: Which IT Governance Structure Is Best for Your Organization?

Session Details

Thursday, October 30, 2008
2:20 p.m. - 3:10 p.m.
Room W314A

Session Type: Leadership and Management
Content Level: Intermediate
Intended Audience: Campus executives, Chief information/technology officers, IT directors and managers


  • Frederick Brittain, Chief Operating Officer, Associate CIO: Multi-Campus Operations, University of Maine at Farmington
  • Nicole Broyles, Director, IT Business Services, University of Houston
  • Diane M. Dagefoerde, Deputy Chief Information Officer, The Ohio State University
  • Veronica Longenecker, Assistant Vice President for Information Technologies, Millersville University of Pennsylvania
  • MaryBeth Stuenkel, IT Program Manager, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
  • Session convener: Daniel S. Jacobsohn, CIO & Library Dir-Sch of Education, Asst Vice Provost for IT Relations, University of Wisconsin-Madison


Many of our organizations are facing similar pressures to maximize IT investments, mitigate security risks, and align IT planning with organizational strategic initiatives. In this session we will present a few different approaches to IT governance and their relative strengths and weaknesses. These models will help you consider IT governance strategies that may be a good fit for your organization.

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