A new report, " IT Governance," just published by Butler Group , a European IT research and advisory organization, has found that a lack of effective IT governance in the majority of organizations is perpetuating the chronic failure rate of IT-enabled business projects and seriously impairing the achievement of business value.

Research for the report indicated that IT governance initiatives were most often deployed solely within the IT department, and did not take into account the broader requirements of alignment with business objectives. As a consequence, there is a lack of coordination between the IT-led elements of projects and management of the associated business change.

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