Corporate governance and information technology : findings from an exploratory survey of Australian organizations
Couchman , Paul K., Zutshi, Ambika, Wilkin, Carla, Warren, Matthew and Sohal, Amrik 2011, Corporate governance and information technology : findings from an exploratory survey of Australian organizations, in ANZAM 2011 : 25th Annual Australian And New Zealand Academy of Management conference : the future of work and organisations, ANZAM, [Wellington, N.Z.], pp. 1-19.
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An exploratory survey (n = 57) of the Melbourne Chapter of the Information Systems Audit and Control Association was conducted to ascertain the attitudes and practices relating to corporate governance and the corporate governance of Information Technology (CGIT) in Australia. The survey found the respondents had clear views on corporate governance but most were not engaged with it, the organizational approach to corporate governance and its expected benefits was largely conformance oriented, awareness of CGIT management frameworks and associated standards was high but implementation was not widespread, and although the CGIT standard ISOIIEC 38500 was not widely implemented IT practitioners agreed with its principles. We conclude that the value of the CGIT standard has yet to be recognised by executives in Australia.
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Field of Research
150303 Corporate Governance and Stakeholder Engagement
Socio Economic Objective
970108 Expanding Knowledge in the Information and Computing Sciences
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