Has COBIT helped your organisation deliver its information technology objectives?
While COBIT is a well-established IT governance framework that links business goals to IT goals, developing an effective programme can be a difficult and time consuming process.
To ensure the success of COBIT, it is essential that you fully understand how it is aligned and integrated with more detailed IT standards and frameworks that include ISO27000, ITIL, ISO38500 and ISO22301.
The Implementing IT Governance: Foundations & Principles training course will show you how to create a single integrated management framework that ensures your IT truly supports and delivers on your strategies and objectives.
|Implementing IT Governance: Foundation & Principles
4-6 July 2012 in London
Created and led by Alan Calder, the Implementing IT Governance: Foundations & Principles course is a three-day session that delivers foundation training to raise awareness, build knowledge and develop a complete understanding of IT governance. Alan is acknowledged by his peers as an expert in the field and is the author of a number of definitive publications which include IT Governance: Guidelines for Directors and IT Governance Today – a Practitioner’s Handbook.
By attending the Implementing IT Governance: Foundations & Principles course, you will learn:
- Understand and define IT governance and its best practice
- Achieve the alignment of IT and business plans
- Navigate and integrate all the currently available IT governance frameworks
- Identify and manage IT risk across the enterprise
- Implement an IT governance framework and measure the results
Ensure Information Technology in Your Organisation Really Delivers