The promise should be fully met if current (in-house) IT governance practices and IT outsourcing governance practices are bridged together. Eventually, their merge would give birth to a next generation of IT governance practices.
- Business requirement 1 : address at the same time business productivity, agility and innovation through IT usage
- Business requirement 2 : address in-house IT governance,
- Business requirement 3 : address outsourced IT governance,
- Business requirement 4 : fit to multinational corporation organisations,
- Business requirement 5 : fit to small and medium business organisations,
- IT governance practice capability 1: nurture massive usage of information systems and services
- IT governance practice capability 2 : bridge together in-house IT governance practices and outsourced IT governance practices,
- IT governance practice capability 3 : be supported by dedicated training tools and operation systems,
- IT governance practice capability 4 : allow upfront easy light/lean global implementation,
- IT governance practice capability 5 : be widely shared by players from both the client side and the supplier side, and be supported by the academic arena,
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