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IT governance regime pattern

NGEN ITG is an innovative IT governance framework of which ontology lies on the relationship whereas traditional IT governance frameworks ontology lies on the process.
The essence of NGEN ITG is embodied in the notion a regime [Fr : régime] , a notion from political science and which is deeply rooted in French history and culture.

As a matter of fact, NGEN ITG defines IT governance with a dual definition (© Tru Dô-Khac, France)
- «  IT governance regime : a [governance] regime for IT,
- IT governance : definition, application and management of IT governance regime(s)
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Under the empire of this definition, NGEN ITG has defined a framework to craft IT governance regimes.
With this framework, IT governance regime patterns have been developed. These patterns can facilitate and accelerate the definition of SOA governance regimes, SAAS governance regimes or corporate telecoms governance regimes.

IT governance regime pattern name business orientation
Value Level Agreement© Economical value creation
People Level Agreement© Social value creation
Knowledge Level Agreement© Sustainable innovation
Three IT governance regime patterns (©Tru Dô-Khac, France).

IT governance regime patterns name
Value Level Agreement, Knowledge Level Agreement and People Level Agreement have been introduced in "L'externalisation des télécoms d'entreprise", Tru Dô-Khac, 2005, Hermes Lavoisier ISBN 2-7462-1064-9. All rights reserved.

IT governance regime pattern
An IT governance regime pattern is defined as an original IT governance regime. A pattern is created in view to inspire or guide a craftsman (for example, in sewing or knitting). A model is an intellectual representation to tell about the reality (for example, a business model). « IT governance regime pattern » belongs to the eSourcing Governance Thesaurus V1.0 created by Tru Do-Khac.

NGEN ITG is a framework which is built on the legacy of an original approach of IT governance created by Tru Dô-Khac, an independant consultant in IT governance and innovation. Elements of this approach have been published in a book published by Hermes Lavoisier ("L'externalisation des télécoms d'entreprise", 2005, ISBN 2-7462-1064-9), and subsequent articles published in selected magazines, La Jaune et La Rouge, ISSN 0021-5554, Ecole Polytechnique alumni magazine among others.

eSourcing Governance Thesaurus V1.0
eSourcing Governance Thesaurus is a critical component of NGEN ITG. Since 2006, elements of both the framework and thesaurus have been released through seminars and lectures at Master level programme of French Grande Ecoles.
The thesaurus features original entries such as "enterprise transactioning" , "eServices operator (eSO)" , "governed eServices" ...

« Sharing, Remixing, Reusing - Legally » NGEN ITG
NGEN ITG components (book, articles, thesaurus, lecture supports,...) are currently protected under French and international copyright laws. All rights not expressly granted are reserved.
However, in order to enable « Sharing, Remixing, Reusing - Legally » NGEN ITG, we are considering the opportunity to leverage Creative Commons licenses.
In view of determining the right balance between the community's legitimate rights to use new knowledge and creators' equally legitimate rights to raise a family through fair compensation for their creations, we would welcome suggestions and/or advises.

You are invited to post a comment to X-intellectual-property (X-PI) , an association hosted by the association of Ecole Polytechnique alumni to exchange and reflect on philosophical, ethical, political and economical issues of intellectual property (IP).

Tru Dô-Khac is X-Intellectual-Property chairman.
Tru Dô-Khac 's profile may be found at linkedin.

Published on June 14. 2010, Paris, France on © Copyright 2010 Tru Dô-Khac, France.
Transferred to this blog under copyright on July 11, 2011.

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