November 24, 2010Doug Hadden
Doug Hadden, VP Products
Almost of full house for our Financial Management Institute of Canada (FMI) presentation on methodology, IT governance, risk in the age of transparency and Government 2.0 earlier today. The presentation is embedded here, complete with full script, hyperlinks and sources.
The FMI Professional Development Week is focused on finding the balance between risk and control. We’ve been tweeting about many of the sessions (check out @freebalance to learn more).
There are still 2 more days to go. My impressions so far:
- There is great concern that governance structures to support risk mitigation and control can reduce productivity and innovation in the Government of Canada.
- Risk-based processes where IT governance processes are proportional to risk are starting to gain traction.
- Government organizations are improving planning and performance management.
- There is an increasing recognition that IT investments need to be sustainable and the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) has become a more important measurement.
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