The “pay for success” movement in the non-profit world is starting to take hold at the federal, state, and local levels. But a prerequisite is having some way of measuring success – and ensuring the funding models encourage it.
Most of an organization’s collective wisdom is locked in people’s heads, and not written down for others to search for and use. So, how do you increase the ability of people to know the expertise of their professional colleagues and share it with each other within a large organization?
Managing the human, behavioral and cultural aspects of change and motivating key leadership executives to buy into the change is critical to the success of IT Governance that supports an agency’s IT security program.