COBIT 5 Principles 

 

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COBIT 5 Principles Instructor Manual

This instructor manual was created as a guide for instructors to introduce COBIT 5 principles in the classroom. It is intended to be used along with the five presentations and the case study downloadable below.

  • Chapter 1. COBIT 5 Introduction provides guidance on how to introduce the COBIT 5 framework to students, as well as materials available, goals and objectives for learning. It also contains excerpts from the COBIT 5 framework including the Executive Summary and Overview of COBIT 5.
  • Chapters 2-6 each cover one of the five COBIT 5 principles in detail. Within each chapter, instructors will be guided though the corresponding slides, learning outcomes and core material for each principle.

  Download Instructor Manual (Academic Advocates only; 32-page PDF)


No-Loan University Case Study

The No-Loan University Case Study was created for students to apply their knowledge of the COBIT 5 goals cascade. It is intended to be used with the group exercises found in two presentations below:  Principle 1 and Principle 4.

  Download Case Study (Academic Advocates only; 8-page PDF)


Principle 1: Meeting Stakeholder Needs

This presentation is intended to be used in the classroom to introduce Principle 1: Meeting Stakeholder Needs. The sides include in-depth explanations of stakeholders and the COBIT 5 goals cascade. It concludes with a group exercise involving the No-Loan University Case Study.

  Download Slides (Academic Advocates only; 31-slide PPT file)


Principle 2: Covering the Enterprise End-to-End

This presentation is intended to be used in the classroom to introduce Principle 2: Covering the Enterprise End-to-end. The sides include in-depth explanations of governance and management, and key components of governance as described in the COBIT 5 framework. It concludes with a group exercise.

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Principle 3: Applying a Single Integrated Framework

This presentation is intended to be used in the classroom to introduce Principle 3: Applying a Single Integrated Framework. The sides include an explanation of COBIT 5 as an integration of multiple enterprise governance frameworks and its significance.

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Principle 4: Enabling a Holistic Approach

This presentation is intended to be used in the classroom to introduce Principle 4: Enabling a Holistic Approach. The sides include a detailed explanation of the COBIT 5 enablers and their categories, dimensions and performance management. It concludes with a goals cascade exercise involving the No-Loan University Case Study.

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Principle 5: Separating Governance and Management

This presentation is intended to be used in the classroom to introduce Principle 5: Separating Governance and Management. The sides include a general explanation of governance and management key areas and interactions. It concludes with a group exercise extending from Principle 4.

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