1 - COBIT 5 Overview and Introduction
Course AdministrationCourse ObjectivesExam OverviewCertification SchemeHistory of COBITCOBIT 2019 ImprovementsMajor differences with 2019Misconceptions about COBITCOBIT and Other Standards
2 - Key Concepts and Terminology
Introduction to Enterprise Governance of Information and TechnologyBenefits of Information and Technology GovernanceCOBIT Information and Technology Governance FrameworkDistinction of Governance and ManagementThree Principles of a Governance FrameworkSix Principles for a Governance System
3 - Governance Systems and Components
Introduction to the Components of a Governance SystemProcesses and Capability LevelsOrganizational Structures and Defined RolesInformation Flows and ItemsPeople, Skills and CompetenciesPrinciples, Policies and FrameworksCulture, Ethics and BehaviorServices, Infrastructure and Applications
4 - Governance Management Objectives
Governance and Management Objectives PublicationGovernance and Management ObjectivesGovernance and Management Objectives Core ModelEvaluate, Direct and MonitorAlign, Plan and OrganizeBuild, Acquire and ImplementDeliver, Service and SupportMonitor, Evaluate and Assess
5 - Goals Cascade
Governance and Management Objective RelationshipsGovernance and Management Objective DescriptionsHigh-Level Information ExampleIntroduction to the Goals CascadeEnterprise GoalsAlignment GoalsMapping Tables – Appendix A
6 - Performance Management
Introduction to Performance ManagementCOBIT Performance Management PrinciplesCOBIT Performance Management (CPM) OverviewProcess Capability LevelsRating Process ActivitiesFocus Area Maturity LevelsPerformance Management of Organizational StructuresPerformance Management of Information ItemsPerformance Management of Culture and Behavior
7 - Designing a Tailored Governance System
The Need for TailoringDesign FactorsEnterprise StrategyEnterprise GoalsRisk ProfileI&T Related IssuesThreat LandscapeCompliance RequirementsRole of ITSourcing Model for ITIT Implementation MethodsTechnology Adoption StrategyEnterprise SizeFocus AreasDesigning a Tailored Governance SystemManagement Objective Priority and Target Capability LevelsComponent VariationsSpecific Focus AreasStages and Steps in the Design Process
8 - Implementing Enterprise Governance of IT
The Business CaseThe COBIT Implementation Guide PurposeCOBIT Implementation ApproachPhase 1 – What are the DriversPhase 2 – Where are we NowPhase 3 – Where do we Want to bePhase 4 – What Needs to be DonePhase 5 – How do we get TherePhase 6 – Did we get TherePhase 7 How do we Weep the Momentum Going?EGIT Implementation Program ChallengesITIL® is a registered trade mark of AXELOS Limited, used under permission of AXELOS Limited. All rights reserved. The Swirl logo™ is a trade mark AXELOS Limited used, under permission of AXELOS Limited. All rights reserved. IT Infrastructure Library® is a registered trade mark of the AXELOS Limited used, under permission of AXELOS Limited. All rights reserved.
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Who is it For?
The COBIT 2019 Foundation course would suit candidates working in the following IT professions or areas:
IT Quality professionals
Managers in IT service providing firms
The above list is a suggestion only; individuals may wish to attend based on their own career aspirations, personal goals or objectives. Delegates may take as few or as many Intermediate qualifications as they require, and to suit their needs.
There is no prerequisite to attending this foundation course, although it is recommended that candidates should have a good understanding of enterprise governance concepts and IT organizational management.