When an IT organization has to make decisions without effective boundaries being established, the overall organization often suffers and is subject to significant risk. Alternately, when boundaries are rigid and inflexible, creativity is stifled and often the most innovative benefits are not delivered. The traditional methods of governing through control are slowly being replaced by governance through enablement. This brings its own problems and often sees organizations doing a pendulum swing from a focus on "costs and risks" to a focus on "value and innovation" and back again. How do we fix this? What are the most innovative companies doing? Join John as he takes an in-depth look at some of the interesting and somewhat surprising symptoms that arise in organizations that have these governance challenges and how innovative companies are overcoming them through governing the relationship between the business and IT.
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