This excellent case study illustrates the use of COBIT Framework to implement IT Governance in a global enterprise. Excellent example for the CIO to follow! (75 pages)
This paper proposes a framework that is based upon the integration of COBIT and the Balanced Scorecard frameworks. This new framework plugs key gaps in each framework, aligns business with IT, and improves audit capabilities. Excellent Read! (100 pages)
This comprehensive report explores the issues in implementing multiple Information Technology Governance Frameworks (IT Governance Frameworks) and using a study of IT Governance Framework implementation across multiple organizations proposes best practices to extract maximum business value from these frameworks. (100+ Pages)
This in depth case study details the analysis, implementation, and results in implementing Information Technology Governance (IT Governance) using the Cobit 5 Framework. (100+ pages)
This presentation provides an introduction to ISACA's COBIT Framework. An excellent look at the internals of the framework and how it helps IT governance, and control. Good place for a CIO to start their journey into the world of COBIT.
This research explored the use of popular IT Governance frameworks – Cobit, ITIL etc. – in the enterprise. Who is using them? why are they being used? How are they being used? What benefit is being accrued as a result? A good discussion on using IT Governance frameworks from a practical perspective.
This case study demonstrates the use of the Cobit framework for risk and compliance. Cobit Maturity model is used for assessment of IT governance, risk and compliance controls assessment to determine vulnerabilities. Good Read.
This research delved into the practical issues surrounding the implementation of the IT Governance Framework – Cobit. Who is responsible for Cobit implementation? Who is accountable? Do organizations formalize Cobit controls and processes? Is there periodic assessment conducted to ensure delivery objectives are met? The research was conducted in a specific country but the results can be an eye-opener and provide guidance to CIOs worldwide.