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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.
Price: £60.00
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Description

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.

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.

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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



Introduction



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



Background (See chapter 2. Positioning GEIT)



Business Challenges (See chapter 3, section 3, Getting Started—Identify the Need to Act: Recognising Pain Points and Trigger Events)



Gap Analysis and Goal



Alternatives Considered



Proposed Solution



Phase 1. Pre-planning (See chapter 3. Taking the First Steps Towards GEIT)



Phase 2. Programme Implementation (See chapter 3, section 2. Applying a Continual Improvement Life Cycle Approach)



Programme Scope



Programme Methodology and Alignment (See chapter 6. Implementation Life Cycle Tasks, Roles and Responsibilities)



Programme Deliverables (See chapter 6. Implementation Life Cycle Tasks, Roles and Responsibilities)



Programme Risk (See chapter 5. Enabling Change)



Stakeholders (See chapter 3, section 4. Recognising Stakeholders’ Roles and Requirements)



Cost-benefit Analysis



Challenges and Success Factors (See chapter 4. Identifying Implementation Challenges and Success Factors)







Appendix E. COBIT 4.1 Maturity Attribute Table

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