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Agile GEIT, Building Trust and Maximizing Value Delivery: Part 2 Practitioner’s Guide

By Michael Bergman, CRISC, CISSP

COBIT Focus | 18 February 2019

To minimize the impact that ever-increasing legal and regulatory requirements have on Agile’s ability to respond effectively and efficiently to customer needs and maximize value delivery in a timely manner require a governance of enterprise IT (GEIT) system equally focused on managing IT risk and the delivery of a value-add outcome to the organization.

Managing the IT risk component requires building an internal control system to enhance the controls over the Agile development process. By doing this it builds trust in its ability to safeguard its assets.

The value delivery component requires a planned compliance and assurance effort to design the internal controls into the Agile process, where its compliance and control assurance generation has minimum impact on its responsiveness to market. Read More >>

COBIT Design Factors: A Dynamic Approach to Tailoring Governance in the Era of Digital Disruption

By CA. Abdul Rafeq

COBIT Focus | 4 February 2019

We are living in exciting times where the impact of disruptive technology is seen in all aspects of our professional and personal lives. We are witnessing the phenomenal pace of technology change and the resultant impact on enterprises in terms of innovative business processes facilitated by information systems with underlying technology. Read More >>

IT Governance 101: IT Governance for Dummies, Part 1

By Paul Wilkinson

COBIT Focus | 22 January 2019

There are a lot of IT governance “dummies” out there.
    dummy (noun)
    :a stupid or silly person

Before deciding not to read on, arguably, there are a lot of us out there showing little thought or judgement about what IT governance really means... Read More >>