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The Failed Vasa: COBIT 5, Technology-related Goals and the New Process Model (Part 2)

Join author William C. Brown as he responds to ISACA member questions beginning 29 September 2014. Add your questions by responding to this post!

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On 10 August 1628, the Vasa, among the most expensive ships of the era, sailed on her maiden voyage and, within minutes, sank below the waves in the Stockholm (Sweden) harbor.1 The second article of a three-part series that illustrates Vasa’s stakeholder drivers, benefits, risk factors, costs, enterprise goals and, ultimately, enabler goals—all of which provide context for the seven COBIT® 5 enablers—reminds readers that COBIT 5 is context-based and is not one size fits all.

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