Lean IT Governance: The Most Realistic and Attainable Approach to IT Governance

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The most realistic and attainable approach to IT governance is a "lean" approach via project portfolio management (PPM). The lean approach requires a light footprint life cycle, rapid implementation of proven practices, and centralized data. It is based on simplicity and achievability, building on what works while establishing headroom for continuous improvement.

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A Business Risk Approach to IT Governance

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