Covering the Enterprise End to end 23 Governance Approach 23 Governance

Covering the enterprise end to end 23 governance

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Covering the Enterprise End-to-end ............................................................................................... 23 Governance Approach .................................................................................................................................................................. 23 Governance Enablers ...................................................................................................................................................... 24 Governance Scope ........................................................................................................................................................... 24 Roles, Activities and Relationships ................................................................................................................................. 24 Chapter 4. Principle 3: Applying a Single Integrated Framework ....................................................................................... 25 COBIT 5 Framework Integrator .................................................................................................................................................. 25 Chapter 5. Principle 4: Enabling a Holistic Approach ........................................................................................................... 27 COBIT 5 Enablers ........................................................................................................................................................................ 27 Systemic Governance and Management Through Interconnected Enablers .......................................................................... 27 COBIT 5 Enabler Dimensions .................................................................................................................................................... 28 Enabler Dimensions ........................................................................................................................................................ 28 Enabler Performance Management ................................................................................................................................. 29 Example of Enablers in Practice ................................................................................................................................................. 29 Chapter 6. Principle 5: Separating Governance From Management .................................................................................. 31 Governance and Management ..................................................................................................................................................... 31 Interactions Between Governance and Management ................................................................................................................ 31 COBIT 5 Process Reference Model ........................................................................................................................................... 32 Chapter 7. Implementation Guidance ........................................................................................................................................ 35 Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................................... 35 Considering the Enterprise Context ............................................................................................................................................ 35 Creating the Appropriate Environment ...................................................................................................................................... 36 Recognising Pain Points and Trigger Events ............................................................................................................................. 36 Enabling Change .......................................................................................................................................................................... 37 A Life Cycle Approach ................................................................................................................................................................ 37 Getting Started: Making the Business Case ............................................................................................................................. 38
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The COBIT 5 Process Capability Model ............................................................................................................... 41 Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................................... 41 Differences Between the COBIT 4.1 Maturity Model and the COBIT 5 Process Capability Model .................................. 41 Differences in Practice ................................................................................................................................................................. 43 Benefits of the Changes ............................................................................................................................................................... 44 Performing Process Capability Assessments in COBIT 5 ....................................................................................................... 45 Appendix A. References ................................................................................................................................................................. 47 Appendix B. Detailed Mapping Enterprise Goals—IT-related Goals .................................................................................. 49 Appendix C. Detailed Mapping IT-related Goals—IT-related Processes ............................................................................ 51 Appendix D. Stakeholder Needs and Enterprise Goals ........................................................................................................... 55 Appendix E. Mapping of COBIT 5 With the Most Relevant Related Standards and Frameworks ............................... 57 Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................................... 57 COBIT 5 and ISO/IEC 38500 ..................................................................................................................................................... 57 ISO/IEC 38500 Principles ............................................................................................................................................... 57 ISO/IEC 38500 Evaluate, Direct and Monitor ................................................................................................................ 60 Comparison With Other Standards ............................................................................................................................................. 60 ITIL ® V3 2011 and ISO/IEC 20000 ................................................................................................................................ 60 ISO/IEC 27000 Series ..................................................................................................................................................... 60 ISO/IEC 31000 Series ..................................................................................................................................................... 60 TOGAF ® .......................................................................................................................................................................... 60 Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) (development) .................................................................................... 61 PRINCE2 ® ....................................................................................................................................................................... 61 Appendix F. Comparison Between the COBIT 5 Information Model and COBIT 4.1 Information Criteria ............. 63 Appendix G. Detailed Description of COBIT 5 Enablers ....................................................................................................... 65 Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................................... 65 Enabler Dimensions ........................................................................................................................................................ 65 Enabler Performance Management ................................................................................................................................. 66 COBIT 5 Enabler: Principles, Policies and Frameworks ........................................................................................................ 67 COBIT 5 Enabler: Processes ...................................................................................................................................................... 69 Enabler Performance Management ................................................................................................................................. 70 Example of Process Enabler in Practice ......................................................................................................................... 71
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