By Bob Rhubart-Oracle on Sep 14, 2012
- Listen to Part 1:
Why it's important to revive the dormant conversation about IT governance.
- Listen to Part 2:
Balancing functional, technical, operational requirements to meet the challenge of defining appropriate governance "guardrails."
- Listen to Part 3:
Bringing IT architecture out of the ivory tower to make governance a less intimidating, more collaborative process.
- Leveraging Governance to Sustain Enterprise Architecture Efforts, an Oracle white paper by Eric Stephens.
- SOA, Cloud, and Service Technologies, a transcript of an ArchBeat interview with Thomas Erl, Tim Hall, and Demed L'Her, in which Tim says the following about governance:
"For a long time people have argued that SOA governance is sort of an awkward name, no one wanted to be audited. There's 50% of the world that think, yes, we're going to have to tops down initiative to address this and there's 50% of the world that says that it feels like a heavy weight process that I want no part of. So what I think we should do is change the name…"