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View Despande  Eshani 's Profile
program governance and CIO responsibility
How to define program governance? Is this a CIO responsibility?
Asked by Despande Eshani | Sep 14 2019 | Report this Report abuse
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View Yogesh  Prasad 's Profile
I was interested in the "shared responsibility" text - since the very meaning of governance is the act of governing/controlling/directing/guiding/leading/steering - so the CIO can always assign specific activities or even management of large projects and programs to others - but at the end of the day if the CIO job spec includes governance for key programs authorised to support business imperatives then the CIO retains the authority to make it happen. If the governance is explicitly shared with other members of the Executive team then those individuals are jointly accountable for ensuring achievement of the desired business outcome. Too often governance seems to be arms length escalation or decision rubber stamping - rather than proactive, involved, and accountable executive engagement.
Sep 18 2019 | Report this Report abuse
View Aayushi  Sinha 's Profile
Program governance can best be described as “shared responsibility … focusing on the key levers of successful program outcomes”.
Sep 17 2019 | Report this Report abuse
View Aaliya Roger 's Profile
I totally agree with that statement. Governance need to be practical, "liveable", rather than just fulfilling an audit requirement that is pulled out once a year to be shown off.
Sep 16 2019 | Report this Report abuse