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Developing Business Capabilities Using COBIT 5

By Oluwaseyi Ojo, CEng, CRISC, CISM, CGEIT, COBIT 5 Certified Assessor, CISSP, TOGAF 9

COBIT Focus | 16 January 2017

To execute your strategy, you need to build business capabilities. In order to ensure a business will be successful in the future, an organization must understand how it defines success and must know if it has the capability today to do better or to do more to achieve this success.


What Is Business Capability?

A business capability (or, simply, capabilities) describes a unique, collective ability that can be applied to achieve a specific outcome. A capability model describes the complete set of capabilities an organization requires to execute its business model or fulfill its mission. An easy way to grasp the concept is to think about capabilities as organization-level skills embedded in people, process and/or technology. Read More >>

Setting the Record Straight: Convincing Management of COBIT’s Value in Risk Management

By Julian Marquez

COBIT Focus | 3 January 2017

Although COBIT remains an extremely valuable tool for IT risk management, many Latin American companies still find themselves slightly confused when trying to understand what it takes to carry out a complete or partial COBIT implementation. In fact, organizations still struggle with how to achieve long-term business and IT goals through... Read More >>

Using COBIT for IT Organizational Design

By Azhar Zia-ur-Rehman

COBIT Focus | 19 December 2016
 

The organizational structure of an IT department is usually the result of a series of changes, trials, experiments and political manipulations. It is often adjusted to suit or accommodate individuals. As a result, the organization is sometimes cumbersome and the cause of problems, inefficiency and excess cost. Read More >>

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