IT GOVERNANCE AND ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE: A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REVIEW OF STUDIES CARRIED OUT AND PUBLISHED

José Luis de Medeiros Sousa, Enio Tadashi Nose, Luiz Gustavo Argentino, Alessandro Marco Rosini, Angelo Palmisano

Abstract


The aim of this paper is to carry out a bibliographic study, which intends to identify the impact that the organizational culture has within the IT governance. This task is performed by measuring the growth of the articles in the dissemination of information in scientific journals in Sciello and SPELL databases. The research method used in this study was the comparison of 18 articles searched in the databases through the keyword "IT Governance and Culture" applied to the title and summary of the periodicals. In the complete analysis of the results, the article verified that the analyzes carried out in the NVIVO Software 11, coincide with the theoretical basis of this work, aligning points that show a direct relationship between Organizational culture and IT Governance, and a strong evidence of the need of an alignment between the two for improving the system performance and for attaining greater transparency in the information and constant perpetuity of the business. The article concludes that Organizational Culture and IT Governance are directly linked and influence each other within companies.

Keywords


IT governance; Culture; NVIVO

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.23925/2179-3565.2019v10i2p3-12

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