Once you decide on the high-level structure of your IT governance (as discussed in Setting up the right IT Governance – Part 1), you must flesh out the committee membership rosters, activities, and most importantly – accountabilities.
- Define the activities of each committee. It is a good practice to define committee activities before deciding on the members. After all, you would want to keep the membership rosters as lean as possible, and avoid too many cooks in the kitchen. In defining committee activities and responsibilities, it’s a good idea to take a look at industry frameworks such as ITIL and COBIT, as those provide effective coverage of what IT governance should entail.
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