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COBIT Focus - Creating Buy-in and Empowering Teams to Change

It is an inescapable fact that IT ischanging the way organizations do business. There is a global emphasis on “digitaltransformation,” which means that IT is increasingly becoming a criticalenabler to realizing business value. At the same time, IT represents asignificant risk if not governed effectively.

However, as the latest Draft King IV Reporton IT Governance for South Africa 2016 concluded, thereis a need to focus on outcomes, not just a tick in the box when it comes to governance.Another significant finding in the report was that people are the biggest risk to achieving effective governance.


Read the rest of this article here. The authors, Paul Wilkinson and Gary Hardy, will also be here to discuss it. 

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RE: COBIT Focus - Creating Buy-in and Empowering Teams to Change

Too many organizations send staff to COBIT training to get a certificate. What then happens is that people struggle to translate theory into practice exercise and there is insufficient buy-in to COBIT. As stated in the case 'Organizational chan management' is key.  This simulation exercise is one example of an intervention that helped create buy-in and apply COBIT. What other interventions do practitioners use to create buy-in and address organizational change management issues? 
Paul502Lively at 11/29/2016 3:26:15 AM Quote
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RE: COBIT Focus - Creating Buy-in and Empowering Teams to Change

Too many organizations send staff to COBIT training to get a certificate. What then happens is that people struggle to translate theory into practice exercise and there is insufficient buy-in to COBIT. As stated in the case 'Organizational chan management' is key.  This simulation exercise is one example of an intervention that helped create buy-in and apply COBIT. What other interventions do practitioners use to create buy-in and address organizational change management issues? 
Paul502Lively at 11/29/2016 3:26:15 AM Quote
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RE: COBIT Focus - Creating Buy-in and Empowering Teams to Change

Too many organizations send staff to COBIT training to get a certificate. What then happens is that people struggle to translate theory into practice exercise and there is insufficient buy-in to COBIT. As stated in the case 'Organizational chan management' is key.  This simulation exercise is one example of an intervention that helped create buy-in and apply COBIT. What other interventions do practitioners use to create buy-in and address organizational change management issues? 
Paul502Lively at 11/29/2016 3:26:15 AM Quote
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