TITLE

Working Towards an Information Governance Strategy

AUTHOR(S)
McManus, John
PUB. DATE
August 2004
SOURCE
Management Services;Aug2004, Vol. 48 Issue 8, p8
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article focuses on issues concerning information governance in Great Britain. Information governance is about information politics. It is the rules and regulations that ensure all information available in an organization is being used effectively and is in compliance with both legal and ethical governance. Information governance has its roots in corporate governance, which is necessarily concerned with holding the balance between economic and social goals and between individual and communal goals. Information technology (IT) governance is the term used to describe how those persons entrusted with governance of an organization will consider IT in their supervision, monitoring, control and direction of the organization. How IT is applied within the organization will have an impact on whether the organization will attain its mission or strategic goals. Successful governance arrangements are crucial to achieving the desired end-state of the information strategy. The scope of this strategy covers regulations, authority, structures, management processes and enablers that together will constitute the governance framework. In developing any information governance framework, there must be measurable and strategic goals that benefit both provider and consumer.
ACCESSION #
14147344

 

Related Articles

  • The NHS programme for information technology. Keen, Justin // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);7/1/2006, Vol. 333 Issue 7557, p3 

    The article evaluates the National Health Service National Programme for IT in England which is one of the largest information technology programs in the world. The article finds that the program seems to be performing well but notes that in order for it to continue to be effective in the future...

  • Trend towards spend.  // Information World Review;Feb2004, Issue 199, p7 

    Relates the developments in the information science market in Great Britain in 2004. Percentage of executives in Great Britain that plan to increase information technology (IT) spending in 2004; Key factors that influence IT spending.

  • Getting information to disadvantaged rural communities: the centre approach. Snyman, Maritha; Snyman, Retha // South African Journal of Libraries & Information Science;2003, Vol. 69 Issue 2, p95 

    The South African Constitution entrenches the right of every citizen to receive or impart information or ideas. Information and communications technology (ICT) can play an important role in facilitating the upgrading of education, health care, recreation and other services, by improving the...

  • Architecture Exception Governance. Marek, Ondruska // World Academy of Science, Engineering & Technology;2012, Issue 66, p126 

    The article presents the whole model of IS/IT architecture exception governance. As first, the assumptions of presented model are set. As next, there is defined a generic governance model that serves as a basis for the architecture exception governance. The architecture exception definition and...

  • Critical Practices That Drive Successful Analytics and Data Projects. Bentley, Jeremy // KM World;Oct2013 Supplement, pS9 

    The article discusses six important practices which can steer an organization towards success through analytic tools and data projects which include avoiding unplanned big content, extending point solutions through information architecture, and delivery of quality linked data through precise...

  • THE IS CORE--VI: FURTHER ALONG THE ROAD TO THE IT ARTIFACT. Wu, Yu; Saunders, Carol // Communications of the Association for Information Systems;2003, Vol. 12, p562 

    In one of the recent additions to the IS identity and diversity discussion, Alter [2003] questions the definition and relevance of "IT artifact" as defined by Benbasat and Zmud [2003]. In terms of definition, we believe that there is no substantial difference between Alter's work system...

  • The knowledge economy--fact or fiction? Asmal, Kader; Kahn, Michael // South African Journal of Business Management;Dec2000, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p131 

    The phrase 'knowledge economy' has acquired currency as powerful as the adjective 'modem' once had. This paper explores the meaning of knowledged-based economy from the perspective of the South and traces the rise of the information sciences and the interplay between information technology and...

  • Regional IS Knowledge Networks: Elaborating the Theme of Relevance of IS Research. Söderström, Mikael; Nordström, Torbjörn // Informing Science;2003, Vol. 6, p49 

    Elaborates the relevance of informing science research with practice. Improvement of regional informing science knowledge networks; Importance of knowledge on the use of information technology; Development of the relationship between information technology and business.

  • Discussion papers about the obstacles of knowledge management (review). Koltay, Tibor // Library Review / Konyvtari Figyelo;2003, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p589 

    The review deals with two provocative articles (by Tom Wilson and F. J. Miller respectively) about the challenges of knowledge management. Knowledge management can be regarded on the one hand as a mania or a fashion, a notion that many people mix up and use synonymously with information...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY AND SYSTEM

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics