San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
2 day COBIT 5 IMPLEMENTATION Course and Exam
PRE-REQUISITE: COBIT 5 Foundation Certificate
The COBIT 5 Implementation (practitioner-level) course provides a practical appreciation of how to apply the COBIT 5 Implementation Guide to specific business problems, pain points, trigger events and risk scenarios within the organization.
Learn to apply COBIT 5 into your enterprise and to effectively use it for your improvement initiatives. Attendees gain an appreciation of how to effectively use the COBIT 5 change enablement lifecycle approach detailed in the COBIT 5 Implementation Guide for different organizational scenarios.
Participants will learn more about:
Analysing the enterprise drivers, prioritising business requirements and identifying opportunities for improvements in IT to add value to the business in alignment with strategic objectives
Recognising the implementation challenges, root causes and success factors to enable change
Avoiding potential implementation pitfalls by leveraging good practice and avoiding poor strategies.
Selecting the most appropriate approach to implementing GRC, addressing information technology related pain points and building IT capability
Resourcing strategies for the implementation team
Scoping and planning improvements
The phases of Programme Management lifecycle
The phases of Change Enablement lifecycle
The phases of Continuous Improvement lifecycle.
When & Where
IT Governance Network
The IT Governance Network is an international organisation represented in the United States, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Switzerland and South Africa.
The IT Governance Network was incorporated to service a growing number of clients that include central banks, financial institutions, large utility and energy companies to small specialist high-tech enterprises.
The IT Governance Network provides consulting, software solutions and training:
- General Data Protection Regulation
- IT Governance, SOA Governance, SIAM, COBIT, ITIL and ISO… implementations
- Building process capability and measuring IT Performance (e.g. goals and BSC)
- Governing service providers, drafting contracts and service level agreements
- IT Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting
- Privacy Management, Information Security (ISO 27001) and Regulatory compliance
- Compliance management systems (ISO 19600).