Iain White is a seasoned Technology Manager with over 36 years experience working in IT living Queensland Australia.

Iain has also worked as a Scrum Master and Agile Project Manager with COBIT, ITILPRINCE2 and Lean Six Sigma experience. He has also had practical hands-on commercial experience working as a DevOps on Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) infrastructure and as a full-stack Web Developer.

Iain is passionate about Lean Software Development, he has a Higher National Diploma in Mechanical/Production Engineering and has developed IT systems to support large scale Lean Manufacturing plants.

IT Governance

IT Governance

IT governance is an element of corporate governance, aimed at improving the overall management of IT and deriving improved value from investment in information and technology.

IT governance frameworks enable organisations to manage their IT risks effectively and ensure that the activities associated with information and technology are aligned with their overall business objectives.

IT governance enables an organisation to:

  • Demonstrate measurable results against broader business strategies and goals.
  • Assure stakeholders they can have confidence in your organisation’s IT services.
  • Facilitate an increase in the return on IT investment; and
  • Comply with certain corporate governance or public listing rules or requirements.
The five domains of IT governance

The IT Governance Institute (a division of ISACA) breaks down IT governance into five domains:

  1. Value delivery
  2. Strategic alignment
  3. Performance management
  4. Resource management
  5. Risk management
IT governance frameworks
  • ITIL
  • ISO 38500
  • Calder-Moir IT

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