Investment in IT has in recent years become a strategic organizational choice, yet there exists little understanding of IT governance's contribution to business objectives. A major challenge of IT governance is resolving boundaries and scope between the organization and its business units. The book provides an assessment tool to business executives for evaluating their IT governance and it also provides guidelines for developing effective IT governance that supports business objectives. This book is written for IT managers, IT practitioners and other manager involved in IT management in their organizations. The book reveals the importance of IT Governance in organizations in order to achieve business objectives. IT Governance is about decision rights and accountability that encourages desirable behaviour in the use of IT in the organizations. IT Governance should be the responsibility of both the executive and business unit managers to achieve business objectives in the organization. Different business units have different needs of IT and the need to reach consensus on IT investment issues that affect the business objectives in the organization.