I have yet to hear 1 valid reason as to why governance should not be implemented, maintained, or seen as a vital organizational need. Governance really is not an option in any organization if you want your processes and procedures followed by employees. Each time I have been involved in a project where governance was put on the back burner there have been issues with not knowing what other departments processes were, building themselves into a corner, not meeting service level agreements, and the list goes on and on. If there is no one source of truth in how all the functions of the business run, how are you ever going to build a solid foundation and keep it running at the level it needs to run so that your organization can be successful?
Now let's throw a bigger twist into the mix and insert an application that changes on a regular basis. Did that make you freak out just a little bit? I know I freaked out just a little because there are already governance struggles with applications that don't change yearly so now one that changes regularly. Not to mention in the changes you have new features and deprecating features. So much involved so how do you manage and maintain it? Great questions so come join the session and let's iron it out.
You will learn:
- How security & compliance affect governance
- How to capture your governance content & share
- Growing your governance team from a few to many