Previous competences of information technology governance for the board of directors in Indonesia

Palabras clave: Assessment Prototype, Board of Directors, Chief Information Officer, IT Expertise, IT governance. Director de información, Experiencia en IT, Gobierno de IT, Junta directiva, Prototipo de Evaluación.



This study focuses on the requirement of having a mechanism with respect to IT systems, highlighting any visible conflict between the organization and the IT governance structure. The aim of this study is to create an IT competence prototype that will facilitate attaining desired IT governance. Implications of this research are that the specific prototype developed can be used to gauge the IT competency in other domains. Moreover, the results and findings of this study can also be used as a starting point for future researches.



Este estudio se centra en el requisito de tener un mecanismo con respecto a los sistemas de IT que resalte cualquier conflicto visible entre la organización y la estructura de gobierno de IT. El objetivo de este estudio es crear un prototipo de competencia de IT que facilitará el logro del gobierno de IT deseado. Las implicaciones de esta investigación son que el prototipo específico desarrollado puede usarse para medir la competencia de IT en otros dominios. Además, los resultados y hallazgos de este estudio también se pueden utilizar como punto de partida para futuras investigaciones.

Biografía del autor/a

S. SOMJAI, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University

Somjai is the Director of the Doctor of Philosophy Program in Development Administration, Graduate School, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Thailand. Her research areas are Public and Private Administration, Development Administration, Leadership, and Logistic & Supply Chain.

D. RUNGSAWANPHO, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University

Rungsawanpho is an Assistant Professor and the Dean of Graduate School, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Thailand. Her research areas are Management, Entrepreneurship, and Development Administration.




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SOMJAI, S., & RUNGSAWANPHO, D. (2019). Previous competences of information technology governance for the board of directors in Indonesia. Utopía Y Praxis Latinoamericana, 24(1), 199-206. Recuperado a partir de