Transforming Enterprise IT. Speaker Name/Title Date. IT Requires Executive Oversight. An apparel manufacturing company’s difficulties in installing supply chain software cost it an estimated US $200 million
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With good reason:
IT can provide significant benefits, too:
Enterprises are sacrificing money, productivity and competitive advantage by not implementing effective IT governance
Executives need a better way to:
Direct IT for optimal advantage
Measure the value provided by IT
Manage IT-related risks
Accepted globally as a set of tools that ensures IT is working effectively
Functions as an overarching framework
Provides common language to communicate goals, objectives and expected results to all stakeholders
Based on, and integrates, industry standards and good practices in:
Strategic alignment of IT with business goals
Value delivery of services and new projects
Control Objectives for Information and related Technology
Professional association with 86,000 constituents. Worldwide leader in IT governance, control, security and assurance.
Offers the CISA, CISM and CGEIT certifications.
COBIT® provides guidance for executive management to govern IT within the enterprise
More effective tools for IT to support business goals
More transparent and predictable full life-cycle IT costs
More timely and reliable information from IT
Higher quality IT services and more successful projects
More effective management of IT-related risks
Is my information technologyorganisation doing the right things?
Are we doing them the right way?
Are we getting them done well?
Are we getting the benefits? *
* Based on the “Four Ares” as described by John Thorp in his book The Information Paradox, written jointly with Fujitsu, first published in 1998 and revised in 2003
Relationship Amongst Process, Goals and Metrics (DS5)
A RACI chart identifies who is Responsible, Accountable, Consulted and/or Informed.
COBIT, Risk IT and Val IT frameworks
Implementing and Continually Improving IT Governance
COBIT User Guide for Service Managers
It harmonises practices and standards such as ITIL, ISO 27001 and 27002, and PMBOK
Improves their alignment to business needs
Covers full spectrum of IT-related activitiesCOBIT® Harmonises Other Standards
(for complete case studies visitwww.isaca.org/cobitcasestudies)
‘We continue to recommend that enterprises use [COBIT] to challenge their established IT governance procedures and to improve the controls they have in place.’ —Gartner
also used by Allstate, Harley-Davidson,
the Bahrain Civil Service Bureau and many others
Visit www.isaca.org/cobit to download the COBIT® framework