COBIT® 5 training, introduction to good governance practices
- This course will introduce you to the principles of corporate governance and the differences between governance and management. It will show you how the COBIT® 5 processes guide the implementation of the five basic principles and the seven enablers of governance and management of IS.
IS manager, responsible for the relationship between the IT department and users, manager, call center manager, system administrator, application manager.
No special knowledge. Experience in IS management projects desirable.
Practical exercises and demonstrations will allow you to put into practice the theoretical concepts presented.
For “Distance” training, they are carried out with a Teams or Zoom type videoconferencing tool depending on the case, allowing the trainer to adapt his teaching methods.
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- The key functions of COBIT® 5
- The definition of the repository. The history of COBIT® 5. Origin and context.
- The key factors (“drivers”) of COBIT® 5. The reasons for the development of COBIT® 5.
- The business benefits of COBIT® 5. The COBIT® format 5.
- From COBIT 4.1 to COBIT® 5. The differences between COBIT 4.1 and COBIT® 5.
- Focus on the different facilitators. From control objectives to management practices.
- From COBIT 4.1 management guidelines to the COBIT® 5 process model.
- The 5 principles of COBIT® 5
- Identify the needs of stakeholders.
- End-to-end business coverage.
- The application of a single integrated repository.
- The implementation of a holistic approach.
- The separation between governance and management.
- Introduction to the COBIT® 5 implementation
- Positioning of corporate IT governance.
- The continuous life cycle approach.
- Interrelationships between the components of the life cycle.
- The relationship between change facilitation and continuous improvement.
- The COBIT® 5 Process Assessment Model (PAM) and Conclusion
- What is process evaluation? Principle and approach. What is the COBIT® Assessment Program?
- The differences between a suitability assessment and a maturity assessment.
- The differences between COBIT® 4.1 PAM and COBIT® 5 PAM.
- The maturity model approach (CMM) versus the program assessment approach (PAM) of ISO 15504.
- Summary of the use of COBIT®. What you must remember. Good practices.
- Locate COBIT® among the other best practice repositories.
- Overview of CMMi, ITIL®, Balanced ScoreCard and ISO 27001 standards.
- Evaluate the level of maturity of your organization.