Thursday, 26 October 2017
12 pm (EDT) / 11 am (CDT) / 9 am (PDT) / 17:00 (UTC)
ISACA and CMMI have just released the COBIT 5/DMM Practices Pathway Tool. The tool provides IT data practitioners with guidance on how to deliver additional value to stakeholders by strengthening process designs. Users will be able to utilize organizational resources more effectively, measure performance more accurately, and lower costs through stronger governance.
The COBIT 5/DMM Practices Pathway Tool is bi-directional, allowing practitioners to connect individual practices or sets of practices from either COBIT 5 or DMM and harmonize them with relevant practices from the other. You can search content by domain, process area, or practice.
This webinar will take you through understanding the structure of the tool, how it was built and what purpose it serves. The presenters will provide practical examples of using the tool and provide ample opportunity for questions and discussion.
Technical Research Manager at ISACA, CISA, CGEIT, CRISC, MSA, PMP(Ret)
In his role at ISACA, Tessin has been project manager for COBIT 5 and led the development of other COBIT 5-related publications, white papers and articles. Tessin also played a central role in the design of COBIT online, ISACA’s latest web site that offers convenient access to the COBIT 5 product family and includes interactive digital tools to assist in the use of COBIT.
Prior to joining IASCA, Tessin was a senior manager at an internal audit firm, where he led client engagements and was responsible for IT and financial audit teams. Previously, he worked in various industry roles including staff accountant, application developer, accounting systems consultant and trainer, business analyst, project manager, and auditor. He has worked in many countries outside of his native US including Canada, Mexico, Germany, Italy, France, UK and Australia.
With more than 20 years of global business and IT experience, Tessin is able to address topical issues in business leadership.
Director, Data Management Products and Services
Ms. Mecca, CMMI Institute’s Director of Data Management Products and Services, has solved enterprise data challenges for 30+ years, and is the managing author of the Data Management Maturity (DMM) SM Model. She created a business-centric method for evaluating an organization’s data capabilities, which delivers actionable results for organizations in multiple industries. Ms. Mecca’s led development of a series of courses and web-based learning leading to the Enterprise Data Management Expert (EDME) certification. She teaches seminars and presents at conferences and webinars, and is a regular columnist for The Data Administration Newsletter. Ms. Mecca advocates measurement of data management capabilities as the quickest acceleration path for achieving business value, empowering governance, and advancing the organization’s data strategy.
DMM Practice Lead
Jim Halcomb, CMMI Institute’s DMM Practice Lead, has deep and diverse global data management experience in financial institutions, exchanges, and financial regulators. He led the development of data management best practices for the EDM Council, and was a primary author of the CMMI’s Data Management Maturity Model.
Jim currently leverages his background in corporate strategy, business intelligence, and extensive experience with various business models and cultures to help organizations understand and adopt data management principles and best practices.