One of the most important tasks for effective information management is setting up the business governance over the program and the projects. Governance will prioritize the often-conflicting business demands. It will take the strategies and goals and help to form them into bounded projects. It will make the very most of the always-limited information management resource availability in targeting important business functions without sacrificing the ability of the infrastructure to support the long-term goals of the business. Governance epitomizes detailed cooperation.

However, many organizations struggle to get their governance programs off the ground. They can’t secure interest, and they lack things to discuss after the initial direction is forged. It can be awkward, and it’s necessary to understand the mistakes I outline here and avoid them. However, no matter where you are with governance, there is a way forward, and it may start with reversing some mistakes that are being made.

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