A QUANTITATIVE PERSPECTIVE OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF BEST PRACTICES ON ITIL: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE LIBRARY IN A BRAZILIAN PUBLIC COMPANY UNDER PEOPLE AND PROCESSES OVERVIEW

Mario Augusto Ranzatti, Alessandro Marco Rosini, Orlando Roque da Silva, Angelo Palmisano, Arnoldo J H Guevara

Abstract


The adoption of Corporate Governance in public administration companies has as focus on the beginning of organizational management, the seeking of best mechanisms to control and management itself and how to achieve good results in the provision of public services for clients and the society that uses these services. The term Information Technology Governance addresses the concern of managers to properly apply the available human and technological resources, making it possible to obtain better results in the provision of their information technology services in an efficient and transparent manner. This paper presents the results of a research that had as objective to identify relevant and priority actions in the implementation of best practices of Information Technology Services Governance in a public company, identifying the success factors in its implementation directing the analysis under the optic of people and processes. The method used was the application of a quantitative research with the results achieved through a case study that took place between the years of 2009 and 2014. The data obtained in this research reflect the employees perceptions about the implantation process and evidences that real experience obtained with the application of best corporate governance practices in public administration, the strengthening of its productive processes and, above all, the contribution that this dynamism and the improvement in the productive processes inductively impact on the improvement and quality of services provided in information technology by a public company to society.

Keywords


Corporate governance; IT governance; Processes; People

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24212/2179-3565.2019v10i1p3-11

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