The editors at CIO.com recently asked me to share my insights on Agile IT Governance in a series of articles. I’ve accepted their proposal. Here is my first article for the most influential online publication for top executives in technology.
“First Key to Agile IT Governance: Stakeholder Satisfaction” is the first in a series called The 12 Principles of Agile IT Governance. The series is designed to help board members and senior managers leverage technology excellence as a competitive advantage for their organization. Each article discusses a key principle of Agile IT Governance and presents tactical measures that allow for deployment of that principle.
“The first principle of Agile IT Governance is to focus on stakeholder satisfaction. This can be tactically achieved by taking four steps, which will be discussed in depth below:
- Manage shareholder satisfaction with ROI on technology investments.
- Improve management’s technology quotient.
- Ensure that employees feel like they work for a tech-savvy company.
- Actively contribute to open source projects and organize hackathons to improve the company’s brand perception in the community.”
Read the entire article here and learn about some tactical measures you can use to achieve stakeholder satisfaction.