WEILL; ROSS, 2006

Título: Governança de Tecnologia da Informação

In:

Tipo documento: Livro

Autor(es): WEILL, Peter; ROSS W. Jeanne

Ano: 2006

Local: Editora M.Books do Brasil. São Paulo.

Palavras-Chave: Governança de TI, Administração, Negócios, Tecnologia da Informação.
Resumo:

A partir de pesquisa realizada pelo autores em 256 empresas de 23 países, os autores fazem levantamento das melhores práticas de Governança de TI. Apresentam conceitos de Governança Corporativa e de TI, bem como propõem um framework que associa essas duas governanças. Também propõem a Matriz de Arranjos de Governança para responder às perguntas sobre quais decisões devem ser tomadas na área de TI para garantir uma gestão eficaz e quem deve tomar as decisões. Compõe a Matriz as principais decisões inter-relacionadas à TI e os arquétipos dos arranjos decisórios existentes nas organizações. Relaciona os principais mecanismos de Governança de TI e a avaliação dos CIOs sobre o uso de cada um. Tratando especificamente sobre as organizações sem fins lucrativos, os autores propõem o uso do framework de Mark Moore, mas ressalta a complexidade da governança e apresenta recomendações para obter o melhor desempenho, nesses tipos de organizações. Relaciona os dez princípios de liderança para governança de TI, bem como descreve características a partir das quais o CIO deve ser avaliado.

WEILL, 2004

Título: Don’t Just Lead, Govern: How Top Performing Firms Govern IT.

In: MIS Quarterly Executive, Vol. 8

Tipo documento: Artigo

Autor(es): WEILL, Peter

Ano: 2004

Local: http://web.mit.edu/cisr/working%20papers/cisrwp341.pdf

Palavras-Chave: Governança de TI
Resumo:

Top-performing enterprises succeed in obtaining value from IT where others fail, in part, by implementing effective IT governance to support their strategies and institutionalize good practices. IT governance involves specifying decision rights and accountabilities for important IT decisions. The goal is to encourage “desirable behaviors” in the use of IT. In studying the IT governance of more than 250 enterprises in 23 countries, we found a wide array of IT governance arrangements. Enterprises assign “decision rights” to different “archetypes” (Business or IT Monarchy, Federal, Duopoly, Feudal, or Anarchy) to govern five key IT decisions (IT investment, architecture, principles, application needs, and infrastructure). Top-performing enterprises govern IT differently from each other and from average enterprises. Firms leading on growth decentralize more of their IT decision rights and place IT capabilities in the business units. Those leading on profit centralize more decision rights and senior business leaders make the major IT decisions. Top performers design their IT governance to reinforce their performance goals and link IT governance to the governance of their other key enterprise assets and desired behaviors. A case study of State Street Corporation illustrates IT governance evolution and a method to diagrammatically represent IT governance.

WEBB; POLLARD; RIDLEY, 2006

Título: Attempting to Define IT Governance: Wisdom or Folly?

In: 39th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. IEEE Computer Society.

Tipo documento: Artigo

Autor(es): WEBB, Phyl; POLLARD, Carol; RIDLEY, Gail

Ano: 2006

Local: http://csdl2.computer.org/comp/proceedings/hicss/2006/2507/08/250780194a.pdf

Palavras-Chave:
Resumo:

O artigo explora conceitualmente a literatura de Governança de TI existentes e revela diversas definições governança de TI, que reconhece suas estruturas, framework de controles e/ou processos. As definições aplicadas no âmbito da literatura, bem como a natureza e a amplitude do debate demonstram a falta de uma clara compreensão do conceito de governança TI.

VAN GREMBERGEN; DE HAES; GULDENTOPS, 2004

Título: Structures, processes and relational mechanisms for IT governance.

In: Strategies for Information Technology Governance.

Tipo documento: Livro

Autor(es): VAN GREMBERGEN, Wim; DE HAES, Steven; GULDENTOPS, Erik.

Ano: 2004

Local: http://www.igi-global.com/downloads/excerpts/1591401402E.pdf

Palavras-Chave:
Resumo:

In many organisations, Information Technology (IT) has become crucial in the support, the sustainability and the growth of the business. This pervasive use of technology has created a critical dependency on IT that calls for a specific focus on IT Governance. IT Governance consists of the leadership and organisational structures and processes that ensure that the organisation’s IT sustains and extends the organisation’s strategy and objectives. This introductory chapter records and interprets some important existing theories, models and practices in the IT Governance domain and aims to contribute to the understanding of IT Governance and its structures, processes and relational mechanisms.

VAN GREMBERGEN, 2003

 

Título: Introduction to the Minitrack “IT Governance and its Mechanisms”.

In: 36th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS’03). IEEE Computer Society.

Tipo documento: Artigo

Autor(es): VAN GREMBERGEN, Wim.

Ano: 2003

Local: http://www2.computer.org/plugins/dl/pdf/proceedings/hicss/2003/1874/08/187480242.pdf?template=1&loginState=1&userData=anonymous-IP1228101433576

Palavras-Chave:
Resumo:

O autor dessa pequena publicação apresenta a definição de Governança de TI:

“IT governance is the organizational capacity exercised by the Board, executive management and IT management to control the formulation and implementation of IT strategy and in this way ensuring the fusion of business and IT.”

A publicação ressalta a chamada de trabalhos para o evento HICSS’03 e quais foram os trabalhos escolhidos.

SHLEIFER; VISHNY, 1996

Título: A Survey of Corporate Governance.

In: NBER Working Paper Series.

Tipo documento: Artigo

Autor(es): SHLEIFER, Andrei; VISHNY, Robert.

Ano: 1996

Local: http://unpan1.un.org/intradoc/groups/public/documents/APCITY/UNPAN018934.pdf

Palavras-Chave:
Resumo:

This paper surveys research on corporate govemance, with special attention to the importance of legal protection of investors and of ownership concentration in corporate govemance systems around the world.

SHERER, 2004

Título: IS Project Selection: The Role of Strategic Vision and IT Governance.

In: 37th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.

Tipo documento: Artigo

Autor(es): SHERER, Susan.

Ano: 2004

Local: http://csdl2.computer.org/comp/proceedings/hicss/2004/2056/08/205680232b.pdf

Palavras-Chave:
Resumo:

The prioritization of information systems projects is a function of the strategic vision of the organization. We develop a model of the IT selection process that is based upon the influence of strategic vision. Strategic vision influences both the type of projects considered, the resources allocated to information systems, and the processes and mechanisms for justifying IT investments. Two of the processes that influence the final project selection are the reporting structure of the IS organization and the involvement of a steering committee for investment prioritization. We suggest that this influences the criteria used to make IT investment decisions.

SETHIBE; CAMPBELL; MCDONALD, 2007

Título: IT Governance in Public and Private Sector Organisations: Examining the Differences and Defining Future Research Directions.

In: 18th Australasian Conference on Information Systems. Toowoomba.

Tipo documento: Artigo

Autor(es): SETHIBE, Tsholofelo; CAMPBELL, John; MCDONALD, Craig

Ano: 2007

Local: http://www.acis2007.usq.edu.au/assets/papers/137.pdf

Palavras-Chave: IT Governance, Public and Private sector organisations
Resumo:

Government agencies constitute a significant component of economic activity in most countries. Like their private sector counterparts, many public sector agencies are struggling to cope with reduced or inadequate IT budgets and are continuously looking for ways to extract maximum value from IT resources. While there are many similarities between public and private sector organisations, there are inherent differences that suggest that a one size fits all approach to IT Governance may not apply in all circumstances. However, despite these differences, there exists a paucity of IT Governance research that distinguishes between the different organisational characteristics found in private and public sector organisations. This paper briefly examines the systemic differences between public and private sector organisations so as to identify the unique IT Governance issues that might arise, and that future research should address.