Defining a Governance Model for Portals

Defining a Governance Model for Portals

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When implementing enterprise portals, the focus is often placed solely on technology with the assumption being that the portal is another IT application. However, portals involve change management and governance issues that when ignored can lead to an unsuccessful implementation. Read this paper to learn about a holistic approach to defining and implementing an effective governance model for portals in your organization.

Defining a governance model requires a step by step process to design the structure of the governing body as well as the processes for the portal. Learn more about the benefits of governing portal implementations in your organization, including:

  • Enabling quick decision making
  • Minimizing legal risk
  • Managing the user experience
  • Aligning governance with other interdependent initiatives

Author

Tushar Sachdev Principal Architect, Infosys Technologies Tushar Sachdev is a Principal Architect with Infosys Technologies. His current interests include Enterprise Information Management and Enterprise Portals.
Vendor:
Infosys Technologies Limited
Posted:
17 Sep 2007
Published:
01 Sep 2006
Format:
PDF
Length:
11 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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