Does your organisation need to adopt the COBIT best practice IT governance framework?
If yes, then it is certain that you have already learned why an IT control framework is needed and how COBIT addresses this need by providing a globally accepted IT governance and management system. You may also have gleaned that COBIT can be complex and its adoption must be carefully planned and executed! You may also need to know how the recent release of COBIT 5 will affect your implementation plans.
|Implementing Governance of Enterprise IT Using COBIT
29-30 October 2012 in London
The Implementing Governance of Enterprise IT Using COBIT course is designed for individuals who have a fundamental working knowledge of COBIT and now seek guidance on how to fully implement COBIT in order to support governance initiatives and IT management practices. This 2-day classroom session is delivered by Dr Geoff Harmer who is a licensed ISACA, trainer and well-known COBIT consultant. The ISACA Implementing Governance of Enterprise IT Using COBIT examination is taken on the last day of the course.
Geoff Harmer will also provide an update on the implementation of COBIT 5 which requires a new approach to process maturity measurement aligned with the ISO15504-2 standard. This has been available since 2011 as the COBIT 4.1 Process Assessment Model and at present this is the guide to use for the new COBIT 5 process maturity assessment approach, now called COBIT 5 Process Capability Model (PCM).
If you are new to COBIT and would like to understand how this IT governance framework can help your organisation, we can recommend that you attend our COBIT Foundation training course.
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