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COBIT 5 Implementation

COBIT 5 Implementation

SKU: 3836
Authors: ISACA
Publishers: ISACA
Format: Softcover
ISBN13: 9781604202380
ISBN10: 1604202386
Pages: 78
Published: 10 Apr 2012
Availability: In Stock

The official ISACA guide to implementing a governance framework for enterprise IT based on COBIT® 5.

This publication provides a good-practice approach to implementing governance of enterprise IT (GEIT) based on a lifecycle of continual improvement.

We also offer this official ISACA publication with the other core COBIT® 5 publications in our COBIT® 5 Publication Suite.

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Description

The official ISACA COBIT® 5 Implementation guide

COBIT® 5 Implementation is an official complementary guide to COBIT® 5 by ISACA, and provides extensive guidance on implementing a governance framework for enterprise IT based on the COBIT® 5 process reference model. As such, it is essential for any organisation implementing the COBIT® 5 framework.

We also offer this official ISACA publication with the other core COBIT® 5 publications in our COBIT® 5 Publication Suite.

This guide and COBIT® 5 recognise that information and related information technologies are pervasive in enterprises and that it is neither possible nor good practice to separate business and IT-related activities. The governance and management of enterprise IT should therefore be implemented as an integral part of enterprise governance, covering the full end-to-end business and IT functional areas of responsibility.


COBIT® 5 Implementation covers:

This publication provides a good-practice approach to implementing governance of enterprise IT (GEIT) based on a lifecycle of continual improvement. COBIT® 5 Implementation covers:

  • Positioning governance of enterprise IT (GEIT) within an enterprise.
  • Taking the first steps towards improving GEIT.
  • Implementation challenges and success factors.
  • Enabling GEIT-related organisational and behavioural change.
  • Implementing continual improvement that includes change enablement and programme management.
  • Using COBIT® 5 and its components.

Contents

  • Chapter 1. Introduction
    • Objectives and Scope of the Guide
  • Chapter 2. Positioning GEIT
    • Understanding the Context
    • What Is GEIT?
    • Why Is GEIT so Important?
    • What Should GEIT Deliver?
    • Leveraging COBIT 5 and Integrating Frameworks, Standards and Good Practices
    • Principles and Enablers
  • Chapter 3. Taking the First Steps Towards GEIT
    • Creating the Appropriate Environment
    • Applying a Continual Improvement Life Cycle Approach
    • Phase 1—What Are the Drivers?
    • Phase 2—Where Are We Now?
    • Phase 3—Where Do We Want To Be?
    • Phase 4—What Needs To Be Done?
    • Phase 5—How Do We Get There?
    • Phase 6—Did We Get There?
    • Phase 7—How Do We Keep the Momentum Going?
    • Getting Started—Identify the Need to Act: Recognising Pain Points and Trigger Events
    • Typical Pain Points
    • Trigger Events in the Internal and External Environments
    • Stakeholder Involvement
    • Recognising Stakeholders’ Roles and Requirements
    • Internal Stakeholders
    • External Stakeholders
    • Independent Assurance and the Role of Auditors
  • Chapter 4. Identifying Implementation Challenges and Success Factors
    • Creating the Appropriate Environment
    • Phase 1—What Are the Drivers?
    • Phase 2—Where Are We Now? and Phase 3—Where Do We Want To Be?
    • Phase 4—What Needs To Be Done?
    • Phase 5—How Do We Get There?
    • Phase 6—Did We Get There? and Phase 7—How Do We Keep the Momentum Going?
  • Chapter 5. Enabling Change
    • The Need for Change Enablement
    • Change Enablement of GEIT Implementation
    • Phases in the Change Enablement Life Cycle Create the Appropriate Environment
    • Phase 1—Establish the Desire to Change
    • Phase 2—Form an Effective Implementation Team
    • Phase 3—Communicate Desired Vision
    • Phase 4—Empower Role Players and Identify Quick Wins
    • Phase 5—Enable Operation and Use
    • Phase 6—Embed New Approaches
    • Phase 7—Sustain
  • Chapter 6. Implementation Life Cycle Tasks, Roles and Responsibilities
    • Phase 1—What Are the Drivers?
    • Phase 2—Where Are We Now?
    • Phase 3—Where Do We Want To Be?
    • Phase 4—What Needs To Be Done?
    • Phase 5—How Do We Get There?
    • Phase 6—Did We Get There?
    • Phase 7—How Do We Keep the Momentum Going?
  • Chapter 7. Using the COBIT 5 Components
    • Transition Considerations for COBIT 4.1, Val IT and Risk IT Users
    • Planning and Scoping
    • Performance Measurement
    • Governance and Management Practices and Activities
    • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Appendix A. Mapping Pain Points to COBIT 5 Processes
  • Appendix B. Example Decision Matrix
  • Appendix C. Mapping Example Risk Scenarios to COBIT 5 Processes
  • Appendix D. Example Business Case
  • Executive Summary
  • Appendix E. COBIT 4.1 Maturity Attribute Table

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