his second of two presentations provides examples of risk control practices and tools through actual case studies. Practical examples allow participants to gain a good understanding of how these principles can be applied in their own organization. Attendees will leave this event equipped with the know-how to address the key risks to IT performance and visibly improve the value IT delivers to their organization.
by Phil Standing
Changing behaviour is key to effective IT risk management. The challenge for management is to change your organisational culture from a ‘fire-fighting’ approach to a pro-active capability to solve problems and learn from experience. That means engaging your people in real change - not simply compliance. This presentation draws on case history to show how you can:
by Gavin Martin
Are you managing risk or reacting to the resulting problems?
Our expert practitioners will address:
- Identifying “Commitment to Deliver” (services, applications, SLA’s, business goals, budget)
-Establishing the “Ability to Deliver” (processes, staff, knowledge, infrastructure)
- Ensuring you meet or exceed the commitment to deliver
-Identifying and mitigating threats to delivery
-Visibility of services, costs, benefits and value
-Governance and control (schedules, processes)
-Optimization. How to transform IT to deliver what the business needs, when it needs it, in less time, at less cost
20th September 2012