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Nov012013

Effective IT Governance with COBIT 5 - Practitioner Radio Episode 49 

Effective IT Governance with COBIT 5 - Practitioner Radio Episode 49

Show notes

Troy’s Thunder Bolt Tip of the Day: Today’s IT Value chain has way too many moving parts and suppliers in the mix to not establish a Governance Framework to ensure all the moving parts are performing as required.  Organizations need to look seriously at COBIT 5 as a tool to help them Evaluate, Direct and Monitor their ability to deliver stakeholder value.

  • Were not just IT today – Focusing on Enterprise Business Governance
  • Troy’s involvement with COBIT 4.0 design mapping to other frameworks
  • Practitioner Radio Episode 29
  • Three Big things about COBIT 5.0
  • Integrated all ISACA practice area (COBIT, VAL IT, Risk IT)
  • Governance vs Management
  • One integrated framework / IT not separate from Business
  • Practitioner Radio Episode 19 - The Strategic Role of An IT Operating Model
  • COBIT is the Umbrella Framework encompassing all others
  • COBIT is like a Scope Statement for IT
  • COBIT 5 does a much better/explicit job of mapping to other IT Frameworks
  • Can you by COBIT Software? 
  • COBIT can be found at the ISACA website 
  • Gary Hard Youtube
  • What is not defined, cannot be controlled, measured, improved
  • You need the Picture on the Puzzle Box
  • Complexity is its own argument for definition
  • Cynefin Model 
  • Governance is not compliance or legal requirements
  • Rob England on Governance 
  • Governance needs to provide the definition or what is expected
  • Governance A Compass Without a Map
  • ISO 38500 – IT Governance (Evaluate, Direct, Monitor)
  • Governance is not Doing, it is about Directing
  • COBIT is the Map Legend
  • A COBIT Foundation is a better first step for Managers and above then an ITIL Foundation class
  • COBIT 5 Certification (Foundations, Implementation and Assessment Courses)
  • Practitioner Radio Training Bundle
  • COBIT 5 Enablers (Policy, Process, Org Structure, Culture, Information, Services/Tech, People)
  • Troy’s Seven ITSM Enablers
  • Policy: Until it is written down it is a rumor
  • Pink’s CORE Values: Courageous, Open Minded, Responsible, Enterprising
  • COBIT Definition of Value: Benefits Realization, Risk Optimization, Asset Optimization) 

Troy’s Thunder Bolt Tip of the Day: Today’s IT Value chain has way too many moving parts and suppliers in the mix to not establish a Governance Framework to ensure all the moving parts are performing as required.  Organizations need to look seriously at COBIT 5 as a tool to help them Evaluate, Direct and Monitor their ability to deliver stakeholder value.

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