IT Governance Framework and the Strategic Management System: the case of Universitat Jaume I

Vicente Andreu Navarro, José Gumbau, Paúl Santapau, Andrés Marzal


IT governance is the ability of the organization to guide the design and implementation processes of IT. The liability for this guidance pertains to the Governing Bodies of the institution that should use it as a means of guaranteeing the alignment of IT initiatives with the general business strategy (Van Grembergen, 2004).


IT Governance; ISO 38500; GTU4U

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DOI: 10.7250/eunis.2013.030


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