Implement IT Governance best practice
This documentation toolkit is compatible with ISO/IEC 38500, the international IT governance standard. It is contained on a CD-Rom and includes 1,600 pages of IT governance implementation resources (98 different documents, including templates, guidelines, checklists, questionnaires, slide presentations, assessments and planning tools).
ISO/IEC 38500 documentation templates
Save time and money by using this toolkit containing nearly 1,600 pages of resources (98 different documents, including templates, guidelines, checklists, questionnaires, slide presentations, assessments and planning tools).
The toolkit provides you with:
- a single integrated framework that enables you to get the best out of CobiT, ITIL, ISO27001/ISO27002, ISO20000, Prince2, PMBOK, TOGAF, IT Balanced Scorecards, the Zachman Enterprise Architecture, IT Portfolio Management, Dashboards and so much more;
- a framework to navigate your wide-ranging and complex strategic, risk management, compliance and operational needs;
- a step-by-step guide to cross-company implementation;
- templates and assessment tools that will simplify many aspects of the process for you;
- practical guidance working with ISO/IEC 38500 and for integrating widely-used IT governance frameworks, including CobiT, ISO27001, ITIL and so on.
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Is your business going to succeed or fail in the new age of intellectual capital? Will your board of directors meet its fiduciary responsibilities in terms of information technology?
If Information Technology is a part of your business, governance now extends to and includes information and the IT infrastructure that supports your business. Shareholder expectations of boards, and of the individual directors on boards, are clear:
- The board must direct the management, including strategic and IT business plans and fundamental structural changes;
- The board must ensure hiring of competent and honest business and IT managers;
- The board must understand the business of the firm, and develop and monitor a business and IT strategy;
- The board must monitor the implementation of strategy and operations of the company;
- When making a business decision, the board must have a thorough understanding of the transaction and act in good faith, on an informed basis, and with a rational business purpose;
- The board must operate with basic honesty, care, and loyalty; and
- The board must take good-faith steps to make sure the company complies with the law.
These IT governance expectations demand an appropriate IT governance framework. That can be difficult and time-consuming to do from scratch.
If you just want to get on with improving IT governance in your organization, and want to spend less than one day of consultant cost for dramatic improvements, then buy today.
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