IT Governance for Small Businesses that Think Big
(And for the Big Businesses that Envy Them)
Aims and Scope
This book provides insights into one of the most important, popular, and provocative disciplines in IT organizations today: IT Governance. There have been numerous advances in IT Governance since its inception in 1998. Numerous standards, methodologies and approaches have been born, but despite significant attention, few organizations of any size have mastered this essential discipline. The lack for large enterprise success in the domain creates an even greater challenge for small businesses. Without pervasive or common IT governance best practice success, small businesses are left to tackle the great challenge of IT governance without the advantage of a reputable benchmark. This leaves small businesses to fend for themselves and taking on the difficult challenge of not only sifting through the complex IT governance landscape, but to then make the adjustments and modifications necessary to apply those standards, methodologies and approaches to a small business construct.
Steven Romero provides the small business leader with a comprehensive understanding of IT governance and practical advice and guidance for applying the IT governance discipline to a small business environment. This understanding will help small businesses to avoid the impractical "one size fits all" approach to IT governance, and help ensure their IT governance roles and process result in the best possible information technology decision and greatest value return from their investment in information technology.
- 24.0 x 17.0 cm
- Approx. xv, 285 pages
- 20 Fig. 5 Tables
- Type of Publication:
- Governance; Regulation; Small business; ISO IT governance; Entrepreneur