Title

Adapting IT governance frameworks using domain specific requirements methods: Examples from small and medium enterprises & emergency management

Date of this Version

8-4-2011

Document Type

Conference Paper

Publication Details

Published Version.

Vogt, M., Küller, P., Hertweck, D., & Hales, K. (2011). Adapting IT governance frameworks using domain specific requirements methods: Examples from small & medium enterprises and emergency management. Paper presented at AMCIS 2011: 17th Americas Conference on Information Systems, Michigan, Detroit, United States.

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2011 HERDC submission. FoR code: 080608

© Copyright Association for Information Systems (AIS), 2011

ISBN

9780615507071

Abstract

IT Governance methods and frameworks have been applied in most large for-profit organizations since these enterprises realize the benefits of IT Governance for their business. However, former research and our own surveys show that frame works such as ITIL and COBIT are not very well established in Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) as well as in Emergency Management (EM) organizations. Thus, we investigated what kind of barriers can be the cause for the low adoption rate. These results built the basis for our Domain Specific Engineering (DSE) approach. The research is based on the data of two research projects. The first project investigated the utilization of ITSM methods in European SMEs, and the second has researched different emergency management organizations. This paper defines similarities and differences of the two domain specific solutions, describes the engineering approach, and gives guidelines for further research in other domains.

 

This document has been peer reviewed.