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  • 1. Governance 2.0
  • 2. Are you finding it difficult to stay on course?
  • 3. Where will you be when the storm clears?
  • 4. It’s the people in an organisation which determine the destination
  • 5.
    • Hierarchical, command and control management style
    • Clearer roll-up of responsibility and decision making
    • Controlled access to information
    • Less dynamic operating environment
    It used to be easier…
  • 6.
    • Governance was a way to measure people’s actions against the expectations of a few governors
  • 7.
    • Flatter structures, team and community networks
    • Almost unlimited access to information
    • More distributed and autonomous decision making
    • Very dynamic operating environment
    Today things are changing…
  • 8.
    • Greater agility can be achieved through smaller, more autonomous teams
    • Governance must be able to help guide the teams and enable a distributed, coordinated system of management
  • 9.
    • Governance is about communicating the strategic intent and establishing a network of trust with which to steer the organisation
    • Governance is concerned with the coordination and optimisation of the network
  • 10. Governance 2.0
    • Governance 2.0 (also referred to as Networked Governance ) is a collaborative approach to governance that makes use of Enterprise 2.0 techniques and technologies.
    • Some of the enabling features of Governance 2.0 include:
    • A Collaborative Community. Collaborative technologies can streamline communications to capture content in informal network as well as build the formal.
    • Organization of the Informal Network. Build a content model that is easily populated through user-driven categorization, informal collaboration begins to take on more formal structures.
    • Aggregation of Ideas. Not all good ideas have to come from the inside. Social Computing techniques provide an easy way to bring linked content together.
    • Linking the Informal to Formal. The same principle of applying content categories can be applied to formal governance processes.
    • Searching the Knowledge Network. Enterprise Search techniques should be implemented to make this information easily accessible.
    • Collaborative Asset Management. The maturity of your business and technology assets should be a known quantity and this information easily shared across the organization.
    • Global Standards Bodies. Having an external perspective through a central authority can help to balance competing interests and work to a similar approach.
    http://mike2.openmethodology.org/wiki/Governance_2.0_Concept
  • 11. Members of the community meet and share knowledge through the group’s wiki. www.managementalignment.org