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Natalia M. Espada Rivera # Estudiante: 130309 BME 4210-80 A SSESSMENT 10.1 IT governance is a vital aspect of corporate governance that focuses on enhancing the overall management of IT and leveraging better value from investments in information and technology. IT governance frameworks facilitate organizations in effectively managing IT risks and aligning information and technology activities with their business objectives. The IT budget encompasses the total IT spending allocated by the enterprise for 12 months and is not restricted to the IT department. It includes estimated decentralized IT spending and/or shadow IT costs, covering hardware, software, personnel, outsourcing, disaster recovery, and occupancy expenses associated with supporting IT in the enterprise. The costs include all taxes, except value-added tax that is recovered or refunded to the organization. Most IT initiatives necessitate organizational change, which can be in the form of process changes, organizational structure, roles, or service expansion or contraction. Organizational change can be incremental, occurring through a series of small to medium-sized changes that emphasize continuous, incremental change. Step-shift change occurs when leadership is committed to making significant changes without altering the organization's basic direction or value generation. Radical change significantly alters how the organization conducts its business, leaving the core assumptions and organization intact. In healthcare, IT rarely leads to or causes radical organizational change. Fundamental change is a leadership commitment to creating a new organization that operates differently from the current one, which is a risky process with a high failure rate. Page 1 of 1
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