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What is IT Governance?

“IT Governance is part of enterprise governance that consist of leadership, organizational structures, communication mechanisms and processes that ensure that the organization’s IT sustain and extends the organization’s strategy and objectives, as a responsibility of the board of Directors and executive management" (IT Governance Institute, 2002)

“Selection and use of organizational process to make decisions about how to obtain and deploy IT resources and competencies” (Henderson & Venkatraman, 1993)

“IT Governance refers to the patterns of authority for key IT activities” (Sambamurthy & Zmud, 1999)

Specifying the decision right and accountability framework to encourage desireable beavior in the use of IT” (Weill & Ross, 2004)

“IT Governance is the degree to which the authority for making IT decisions is defined, and shared among management, and the process managers in both IT and business organizations apply in setting IT priorities and allocation of IT resources.” (Luftman, 1993)

“IT Governance defines the locus of enterprise decision-making authority for core IT activities” (Sambamurthy & Zmud, 2000)

“IT Governance is the system by which an organization’s IT portfolio is directed and controlled. IT Governance describes the distribution of IT decision making rights and responsabilities among different stakeholders in the organization, and the rules and procedures for making and montoring decisions on strategic IT resources.” (Peterson, 2001)

“IT  Governance is the organizational capacity exercised by the Board, Executive management and IT management to control the formulaton and implementation of IT strategy and in this way ensure the fusion of business and IT” (Van Grembergen, 2002).

“The system by which the current and future use of ICT is directed and controlled. It involves evaluating and directing the plans for the use of ICT to support the organisation and monitoring this use to achieve plans. It includes the strategy and policies for using ICT within an organisation.” (AS-8015)

What we do...

We conducted extensiver research on IT Governance at large Indonesian organizations. Go to the resource menu for more detail.

We also provide consulting under Computer Science Centre, the official academic business unit of the faculty. Our client includes government, bank, state owned enterprises and also private companies.

How to reach us

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Gedung C, Faculty of Computer Science, University of Indonesia
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