Governance Level Agreement

NGEN ITG is an innovative IT governance framework of which ontology lies on the relationship whereas traditional IT governance framework ontology lies on the process. The essence of NGEN ITG is embodied in the notion of regime [Fr : régime] , a notion from political science and which is deeply rooted in French history and culture.

As a matter of fact, NGEN ITG defines IT governance with a dual definition (© Tru Dô-Khac, France) [1]
- «  IT governance regime : a [governance] regime for IT,
- IT governance : definition, application and management of IT governance regime(s)
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Under the empire of this definition, NGEN ITG has defined a framework to craft IT governance regimes.
The framework features as a core practice, a practice which has been called Regime Management

« Governance Level Agreement© [2]  » might label an IT governance regime which is crafted under NGEN ITG framework and is oriented to decision making regulation.

Notes :
[1] NGEN ITG is built on the legacy of the IT governance framework created by Tru Dô-Khac, Paris, France and which has been represented at a Master degree curriculum on information systems and technologies hosted by HEC ParisTech and Mines ParisTech since 2006.
[2] Governance Level Agreement was featured in « L'externalisation des télécoms d'entreprise  - l'Opérateur Privé Virtuel» [Ang : Corporate Telecoms Outsourcing – The Virtual Private Operator ] published by Hermes Lavoisier 2005 (www.lavoisier.fr), ISBN 2-7462-1064-9, and in « Stratégie de sourcing – l'approche contractuelle » [Ang : « Sourcing strategy – a contract oriented approach » ], 2006, La Jaune et La Rouge, ISSN 0021-5554, Ecole Polytechnique alumni magazine and other subsequent articles published in selected magazines. All content of this book and articles including text, graphics, logos, icons, and images is protected by French and international copyright laws. All rights not expressly granted are reserved.


Published by Tru Dô-Khac, Paris, France on June 13. 2010.
Updated on June 20. to represent « Regime Management ».
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