A management art and science that aims at optimizing operations, in relation to strategic goals, objectives, and policies, governance is still too often separated or “operating above” computing-supported applications, while most operations are already computer-assisted or computer-based.
Yet it is crucial that governance applies at all relevant granularity levels.
Clearly these levels are not limited to high level human-based management, but need to be reflected and implemented for every affected resource and relation.
Executable governance minimally requires that high level policies be adequately articulated through resource quality context-aware rules.
More so, effective knowledge resource modeling (See Modeling, above) and management (See Management, above) are designed to provide the required “run-time” control and monitoring to support effective executable governance.
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