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ME1.5 - Board and Executive Reporting

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Board and Executive Reporting

Develop senior management reports on IT’s contribution to the business, specifically in terms of the performance of the enterprise’s portfolio, IT-enabled investment programmes, and the solution and service deliverable performance of individual programmes. Include in status reports the extent to which planned objectives have been achieved, budgeted resources used, set performance targets met and identified risks mitigated. Anticipate senior management’s review by suggesting remedial actions for major deviations. Provide the report to senior management, and solicit feedback from management’s review.

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  • Quality reporting that meets the board’s governance requirements
  • Performance information that can be effectively and efficiently used for strategic, managerial and day-to-day operations
  • Enhanced decision-making processes in responding to business needs and concerns, and a focus on process improvement opportunities
  • Increased satisfaction of management and the board with performance reporting
  Risk Drivers
  • Decisions failing to support the business needs and concerns
  • Senior management dissatisfied with IT performance
  • Disconnect between management and IT
  • Inability of the board and executive to direct and control key IT activities

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  1. Establish a board and executive reporting process, based on the performance monitoring framework, for regular, accurate and timely reporting on IT’s contribution to the business by measuring achievement of IT goals, mitigation of IT risks and the usage of resources.
  2. Design senior management reports to highlight key issues (positive and negative) generally relating to IT’s contribution to the business and specifically to IT solution and service delivery capability and performance.
  3. Consolidate results of IT performance measurement. Translate them into business performance impacts (positive or negative) and incorporate the results into standard periodic reports to the board. Clearly link IT performance measurement to business outcomes and identify how IT supports business strategy.

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