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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

Speaker(s)

  • 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

Abstract

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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