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Why COBIT® wins

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a layman's view of COBIT and why you need to know about it. It may have started out as an audit tool but now COBIT is very much a general IT practices framework. There is no reason other than history …

a layman's view of COBIT and why you need to know about it. It may have started out as an audit tool but now COBIT is very much a general IT practices framework. There is no reason other than history why ITIL is the "default" choice as an IT framework. There are better ones around. In my consulting practice I use COBIT as my framework, and flesh it out with ITIL and other bodies of knowledge when necessary. I use COBIT to frame assessment, current state analysis, reviews, improvement planning, strategy, roles, and so on. It's better.

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  • 1. Never Mind the Auditors Why COBIT Wins v v1
  • 2. “BODIES OF KNOWLEDGE" ITIL COBIT ISO20000 USMBOK eTOM CMMI-SVC eSCM TIPA IT-CMF ISM FITS SM-CMM OBASHI
  • 3. BODIES OF KNOWLEDGE • Framework / Model • Standard • Method • Reference • Blueprint • Generally accepted practice
  • 4. PRIMARY BOK • To frame thinking • To structure all other BoKs • The default
  • 5. COBIT IS COMING
  • 6. About ITIL and COBIT ITIL 2011 1989–96 UK Cabinet Office (ex OGC) Copyright and trademark $549 5 books 5 authors, one book each Narrative >1M Foundations >30k Manager / Expert COBIT 5 1996 ISACA (ex ITGI) Copyright and trademark $275 3 books 6 authors, all books? Tables and lists 20k Foundations 90k CISA
  • 7. ITIL (RECENT) EVOLUTION the real V2ITIL V3 ITIL 2011ITIL V2
  • 8. COBIT evolution COBIT 4.1 Risk IT Val IT 2.0COBIT 5
  • 9. COBIT IS MY PRIMARY BOK • Purpose • Coverage • Rigour • Benchmark • Credibility • Accessibility • Governance • Novelty
  • 10. PURPOSE ITIL is an ITSM framework COBIT is an IT Governance and Management framework
  • 11. PERSPECTIVE IT COBIT ITIL service governance and management
  • 12. COVERAGE “Aligning CobiT® 4.1, ITIL® V3 and ISO/IEC 27002 for Business Benefit” Issued jointly by ISACA and OGC (co-written by the ITIL Refresh Chief Editor and reviewed by the ITIL Chief Architect): ITIL covers less than half of COBIT's range and only completely covers about a quarter of the practices ITIL has full coverage for 8 of the 34 COBIT 4.1 processes
  • 13. RIGOUR "ITIL is the hitchhiker's guide, COBIT is the encyclopedia"
  • 14. BENCHMARKING COBIT • ISO15504 ("SPICE") • PAM ITIL • ISO20000 • TIPA
  • 15. CREDIBILITY • Team • Contributors • Owners • Governance
  • 16. ACCESSIBILITY • Cost • Copyright • Online
  • 17. GOVERNANCE Governors Managers Governance Governance fulfillment Management
  • 18. NOVELTY
  • 19. MY LIBRARY COBIT ISO27001 PRINCE2 MOF RiskIT OBASHI USMBOK ValIT ISO20000 ITIL ISO38500 SixSigma MoP MoV P3O MSP
  • 20. COBIT wins …for me All graphics ©copyright CanStockPhoto.com
  • 21. Why COBIT Wins Rob England www.twohills.co.nz

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