ITAM Governance PART 1 - What is it and what are the benefits?

Join Livingstone Group's Head of Business Strategy & Partnerships, Lisa Maines and Chief Strategy Officer, Chris Gough In the first in our series of 20 minute ITAM Governance Executive Briefings.

We have seen how effective governance of ITAM practices can drive real business value and mitigate both financial and reputational risks. Implementing an effective governance strategy will help provide a framework of best practise and controls.

This session includes:

  • What is ITAM Governance?
  • Why do I need it?
  • What are the benefits it will deliver?
  • What does good look like?
  • How can I drive value from good ITAM Governance
  • How do I build a supporting business case?

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Presenters

Lisa Maines - Head of Business Strategy & Partnerships

Lisa Maines is a member of the Livingstone Group Operations Senior Leadership Team. She is an experienced and accomplished IT Professional with a progressive career spanning 20 years in Senior IT Leadership and Transformational Change Roles, with a reputation for leading and developing high performing teams, delivering quality outcomes and change at pace.

Throughout her career Lisa’s roles included IT Service Delivery, implementing global governance and customer experience transformation programmes in organisations such as Pepsi Co and Britvic PLC. More recently Lisa has led an ITAM Governance transformation programme for a major UK bank.

 

Chris Gough - Chief Strategy Officer

Chris has worked in the IT Industry for over 20 years, starting as a consultant he then took on more senior practice management roles, focusing on networking, security, data centre and unified communications and in recent years specialising in data centre optimisation and particularly in software licensing. Having worked with large enterprise organisations, Chris understands the challenges faced in data centre licensing and the lack of expertise in the marketplace.
Having founded the Derive Logic business until its acquisition by the Carlyle Group in April 2019, Chris is now on the senior executive board for the world’s largest independent IT Transformation Assurance and Software/Cloud Risk Management business, Livingstone Group.