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What constitutes true adoption of COBIT® 5? Is it a minimum condition that at least one principle of COBIT 5 is adopted for true adoption of COBIT 5? To answer this question, one must look at COBIT 5’s principles, in other words, its raison d'être. The five principles of COBIT 5 are Meeting Stakeholder Needs, Covering the Enterprise End-to-End, Applying a Single Integrated Framework, Enabling a Holistic Approach, and Separating Governance From Management. This article focuses on the Covering the Enterprise End-to-end and the Separating Governance From Management principles, or more specifically, how to enhance alignment of business and IT embodying the concept described by figures 1, 2 and 3 to address the questions stated previously: Is it a true adoption of COBIT 5 to simply change the processes of COBIT® 4 into those of COBIT 5 as the basis of controls?
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