Making IT Governance Work in a Sarbanes-Oxley World Aspects of IT governance
Comprehensive and eye-opening, this book addresses both the human and economic aspects of IT governance and covers recent Sarbanes-Oxley history and compliance consequences for IT groups within corporations. It presents a clear view of the relationship of corporate governance and IT governance and gives managers, controllers, and officers a multifaceted approach and an entire repertoire of resources that can assist in achieving better IT governance. Furthermore the book includes up-to-date information on evolving business and reporting frameworks and tools and advocates bottom-up governance principles such as distributed leadership.
|Authors||Jaap Bloem, Menno van Doorn, Piyush Mittal|