Part 4: Stakeholders and Their Influence on Decision-Making
- Develop an awareness of how nontechnical leaders across campus influence technology investment decisions.
- Understand the opportunities and challenges technical leaders face in managing relationships across campus.
- Gain insight into the RFP process.
Vice Provost for Information Technology and CIO, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Betsy ReinitzDirector, CIO and Senior IT Leaders Program, EDUCAUSE
Resources & Downloads
The Importance of Stakeholders in Shaping IT Governance: This article presents an overview of stakeholders and processes involved in higher education decision-making.
From Informal to Formal: The Path to IT Governance at Texas A&M University: Read how a public research university transitioned from informal IT governance to a formalized IT governance structure and how it provided closer alignment between IT decision-making and the university's overall strategic goals.
Becoming Institutional Partners and Brokers: The New Role for IT: This article is the third in a 2018 series that presents case studies related to the theme of next generation enterprise IT and models of decision-making.