Wk 1 – IT Governance
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Imagine you are the IT manager for Gail Industries. You will meet with a new business analyst team at the Smallville customer site. The project sponsor has asked you to spend time with the business analyst team to emphasize the importance of IT governance.
Create a 10- to 12-slide media-rich overview and brief analysis presentation with speaker notes in which you:
- Examine the role of IT governance and why it is important in the IT industry.
- Analyze key aspects of IT governance, including enterprise resource planning and transaction processing systems.
- Please note that all assignments are required to have a minimum of 3 references with in-text citations. If you are unsure of what is required, please ask well in advance.
Media-rich: means that there are visuals and possibly audio files that enhance the slides. Examples might be charts, diagrams, graphics, photos, videos, voice overs, etc.
Slide presentations are meant to engage an audience! They should present concise information in readable type, with media that enhances the information. Speaker notes are where more information can be placed. (Keep in mind all of the boring powerpoint presentations you have attended and avoid making your presentation the same way.)
Format citations according to APA guidelines.
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Multimedia presentations should engage the intended audience through graphics, diagrams, photos, and text used in a concise manner. Speaker notes should round out the content material.
—- Content: details for each topic required in assignment –
—- Speaker notes : this is where the details and data should be
—- Text : large enough for audience to read / bulleted points / legible fonts
—- Audience Engagement: good, due to a balance of visual elements – too many ‘bells and whistles’ can be distracting but people are engaged by photos and graphics!
___ Images should be compelling and create interest. Use charts, diagrams, images of people, etc.
__ Additional Media: Music, voice overs, videos and animations can add to a presentation if not overdone.
References: included w/ APA style