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20/03/2014
What I would highlight This was my first Live Virtual class (LVC) and it worked very well. Rich, the trainer was very knowledgeable and I really liked how he applied Agile in the training. Workbook was very informative.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.

Course programme

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  • COBIT® 5 Foundation
    • Lesson 0 - Introduction to COBIT® 5
      • 1 Introduction to COBIT® 5
      • 2 Course Objectives
      • 3 About ISACA®
      • 4 COBIT® 5 Certification Program Overview
      • 5 COBIT® 5 Certification—Benefits for Individuals
      • 6 COBIT® 5 Certification—Benefits for Organisations
      • 7 Purpose of the COBIT® 5 Foundation Certification
      • 8 Purpose of the COBIT® 5 Foundation Certification (contd.)
      • 9 Target Audience of the COBIT® 5 Foundation Course
      • 10 Learning Outcomes of the COBIT® 5 Foundation Course
      • 11 Learning Areas of the COBIT® 5 Foundation Course
      • 12 COBIT® 5 Foundation Certification Examination
      • 13 Preparation for the COBIT® 5 Foundation Certification Examination
      • 14 Conclusion
    • Lesson 1.0 - Overview and Key Features of COBIT® 5
      • 1 Overview and Key Features of COBIT® 5.0
      • 2 Objectives
      • 3 Reasons for the Development of COBIT® 5
      • 4 Evolution of COBIT® 5
      • 5 Evolution of COBIT® 5 (contd.)
      • 6 Drivers for the Development of a Framework
      • 7 Scope of COBIT® 5
      • 8 Importance of Information in an IT Framework
      • 9 Enterprise IT Requirements
      • 10 Creating Stakeholder Value
      • 11 Summary
    • Lesson 1.1 - COBIT® 5 and Other IT Governance Frameworks
      • 1 COBIT® 5 and Other IT Governance Frameworks
      • 2 Objectives
      • 3 Benefits of COBIT® 5
      • 4 The COBIT® 5 Format
      • 5 COBIT® 5 Product Family
      • 6 COBIT® 5 Mapping Summary
      • 7 COBIT®—Integration with Other IT Governance Frameworks
      • 8 Where Does COBIT Fit in
      • 9 COBIT® 5 Mapping Specifics
      • 10 Summary
    • Lesson 1.2 - Quiz
      • Quiz
    • Lesson 1.3 - Conclusion
      • Conclusion
    • Lesson 2.0 - Overview of COBIT® 5 Principles and Principle 1
      • 1 Overview of COBIT® 5 Principles Principle 1
      • 2 Objectives
      • 3 COBIT® 5 Principles
      • 4 Principle 1—Meeting Stakeholder Needs
      • 5 Meeting Stakeholder Needs—Governance
      • 6 External Stakeholders
      • 7 Internal Stakeholders
      • 8 COBIT® 5 Goals Cascade
      • 9 COBIT® 5 Goals Cascade Steps
      • 10 Step 1—Identify the Influence of Key Stakeholder Drivers on Stakeholder Needs
      • 11 Step 2—Stakeholder Needs Cascade to Enterprise Goals
      • 12 Step 2—Stakeholder Needs Cascade to Enterprise Goals (contd.)
      • 13 Step 2—Stakeholder Needs Cascade to Enterprise Goals (contd.)
      • 14 Step 3—Enterprise Goals Cascade to IT-related Goals
      • 15 Step 3—Enterprise Goals Cascade to IT-related Goals (contd.)
      • 16 Step 4—IT-Related Goals Cascade to Enabler Goals
      • 17 Summary
    • Lesson 2.1 - COBIT® 5 Principles 2 and 3
      • 1 COBIT® 5 Principles 2 and 3
      • 2 Objectives
      • 3 Principle 2—Covering the Enterprise End-to-End
      • 4 Principle 2—Covering the Enterprise End-to-End (contd.)
      • 5 Governance Approach
      • 6 Governance Roles, Activities and Relationships
      • 7 Owners and Stakeholders—Governance Roles, Activities and Relationships
      • 8 Governing Body—Governance Roles, Activities and Relationships
      • 9 Management—Governance Roles, Activities and Relationships
      • 10 Operations Team—Governance Roles, Activities and Relationships
      • 11 Principle 3—Applying a Single Integrated Framework
      • 12 COBIT® 5 Single Integrated Framework
      • 13 COBIT® 5 and Legacy ISACA® Frameworks
      • 14 COBIT® 5 Product Family
      • 15 Summary
    • Lesson 2.2 - COBIT® 5 Principles 4 and 5
      • 1 COBIT® 5 Principles 4 and 5
      • 2 Objectives
      • 3 Principle 4—Enabling a Holistic Approach
      • 4 COBIT® 5 Enablers
      • 5 COBIT® 5 Enabler Dimensions
      • 6 COBIT® 5 Enabler Performance Management
      • 7 Principle 5—Separating Governance from Management
      • 8 Governance vs. Management
      • 9 Interaction between Governance and Management Entities
      • 10 COBIT® 5 Process Reference Model (PRM)
      • 11 Governance-Management Interaction for Each Enabler
      • 12 Mapping Enterprise Goals to Governance and Management
      • 13 Summary
    • Lesson 2.3 - Quiz
      • Quiz
    • Lesson 2.4 - Conclusion
      • Conclusion
    • Lesson 3.0 - Overview of COBIT® 5 Enablers Enabler 1
      • 1 Overview of COBIT® 5 Enablers: Enabler 1
      • 2 Objectives
      • 3 COBIT® 5 Enterprise Enablers
      • 4 Recap of Principle 4—Enabling a Holistic Approach
      • 5 Enabling a Holistic Approach Principle—Problem Statement
      • 6 Enabling a Holistic Approach Principle—Solution
      • 7 Enabler 1—Principles, Policies and Frameworks
      • 8 Principles vs Policies
      • 9 Characteristics of a Good Policy
      • 10 Good Practice Requirements
      • 11 Relationship Between the First Enabler and Others
      • 12 Principles, Policies and Frameworks—Problem Statement
      • 13 Principles, Policies and Frameworks—Solution
      • 14 Summary
    • Lesson 3.1 - COBIT® 5 Enabler 2
      • 1 COBIT® 5 Enabler 2
      • 2 Objectives
      • 3 Enabler 2—Processes
      • 4 Process—Key Terms
      • 5 Processes—Life Cycle and Good Practices
      • 6 COBIT® 5 PRM Domains
      • 7 COBIT® 5 Process Reference Model Structure
      • 8 Components of a Process
      • 9 Process Goals
      • 10 Internal and External Stakeholders
      • 11 Relationship between the Second Enabler and Others
      • 12 Processes—Problem Statement
      • 13 Processes—Solution
      • 14 Summary
    • Lesson 3.2 - COBIT® 5 Enablers 3 and 4
      • 1 COBIT® 5 Enablers 3 and 4
      • 2 Objectives
      • 3 Enabler 3—Organisational Structure
      • 4 Constituents of Good Practices in Enterprises
      • 5 Roles and Organisational Structure
      • 6 Roles and Organisational Structure (contd.)
      • 7 Organisational Structures—Problem Statement
      • 8 Organisational Structures—Solution
      • 9 Enabler 4—Culture, Ethics and Behaviour
      • 10 Culture Ethics and Behaviour and Organisational Goals
      • 11 Relationship between the Fourth Enabler and Others
      • 12 Culture, Ethics and Behaviour—Problem Statement
      • 13 Culture, Ethics and Behaviour—Solution
      • 14 Summary
    • Lesson 3.3 - COBIT® 5 Enabler 5
      • 1 COBIT® 5 Enabler 5
      • 2 Objectives
      • 3 Enabler 5—Information
      • 4 Information Quality Categories
      • 5 Concept of Information Criteria
      • 6 Business Requirements from COBIT® 4.1
      • 7 COBIT® 5 Equivalent
      • 8 Meta Data Information Cycle
      • 9 Information Attributes
      • 10 Information Layers
      • 11 Uses of the Information Model
      • 12 Information Model—Information Specifications
      • 13 Information Model—Determine Required Protection
      • 14 Information Model—Determine Easy Usage
      • 15 Contextual and Representational Quality of Information
      • 16 Summary
    • Lesson 3.4 - COBIT® 5 Enablers 6 and 7
      • 1 COBIT® 5 Enablers 6 and 7
      • 2 Objectives
      • 3 Enabler 6—Services, Infrastructure and Applications
      • 4 Architecture Principles
      • 5 Relationship between the Sixth Enabler and Others
      • 6 Services, Infrastructure and Applications—Problem Statement
      • 7 Services, Infrastructure and Applications—Solution
      • 8 Enabler 7—People, Skills and Competencies
      • 9 Good Practices
      • 10 Skill Categories
      • 11 People, Skills and Competencies—Problem Statement
      • 12 People, Skills and Competencies—Solution
      • 13 Summary
    • Lesson 3.5 - Quiz
      • Quiz
    • Lesson 3.6 - Conclusion
      • Conclusion
    • Lesson 4.0 - Introduction to COBIT® 5 Implementation
      • 1 Introduction to COBIT® 5 Implementation
      • 2 Objectives
      • 3 Governance of Enterprise IT
      • 4 COBIT® 5 Implementation Guide
      • 5 Challenges in Implementation
      • 6 COBIT® 5 Implementation Phases
      • 7 Enterprise Internal and External Factors
      • 8 Key Factors for Successful Implementation
      • 9 Three Interrelated Lifecycle Components
      • 10 Three Interrelated Lifecycle Components (contd.)
      • 11 Summary
    • Lesson 4.1 - COBIT® 5 Implementation Phases
      • 1 COBIT® 5 Implementation Phases
      • 2 Objectives
      • 3 Phase 1 What Are the Drivers
      • 4 Recognise Need to Act
      • 5 Typical Pain Points
      • 6 Trigger Events
      • 7 Purpose of Phase 1
      • 8 Phase 2—Where Are We Now?
      • 9 Purpose of Phase 2
      • 10 Implementation Phase 2—Problem Statement
      • 11 Implementation Phase 2—Solution
      • 12 Phase 3—Where Do We Want to Be?
      • 13 Purpose of Phase 3
      • 14 Implementation Phase 3—Problem Statement
      • 15 Implementation Phase 3—Solution
      • 16 Phase 4—What Needs to Be Done?
      • 17 Purpose of Phase 4
      • 18 Phase 5—How Do We Get There?
      • 19 Purpose of Phase 5
      • 20 Phase 6—Did We Get There?
      • 21 Purpose Of Phase 6
      • 22 Phase 7 How Do We Keep the Momentum Going
      • 23 Purpose of Phase 7
      • 24 Importance of the Business Case
      • 25 Information Available in a Good Business Case
      • 26 Summary
    • Lesson 4.2 - Quiz
      • Quiz
    • Lesson 4.3 - Conclusion
      • Conclusion
    • Lesson 5.0 - Process Capability Assessment Model
      • 1 Process Capability Assessment Model
      • 2 Objectives
      • 3 Process Assessment
      • 4 Process Capability Assessments
      • 5 COBIT® Assessment Programme
      • 6 COBIT® Capability Assessment Guides
      • 7 Capability Assessment vs Maturity Assessment
      • 8 COBIT® Assessment Programme and Other Maturity Models
      • 9 COBIT® 4.1 MM Attributes vs. ISO/IEC 15504
      • 10 Benefits of the ISO/IEC 15504 Approach
      • 11 Purpose of a Process Assessment
      • 12 Key Terms Related to ISO/IEC 15504
      • 13 Overview of the Assessment Approach
      • 14 Moving to the COBIT® Assessment Programme
      • 15 Process Assessment Model—Scope
      • 16 Capability Dimension vs Process Dimension
      • 17 Summary
    • Lesson 5.1 - Process Attributes and Process Capability Levels
      • 1 Process Attributes and Process Capability Levels
      • 2 Objectives
      • 3 Measurement Framework
      • 4 PProcess Attribute 1.1—Process Performance
      • 5 Process Attribute 2.1—Performance Management
      • 6 Process Attribute 2.2—Work Product Management
      • 7 Assessment Indicators
      • 8 Indicators with COBIT® 5 PRM
      • 9 Assessing Process Capability
      • 10 Mapping PAM to PRMs
      • 11 Process Capability Levels
      • 12 Process Attribute Rating Scales
      • 13 Process Attribute Ratings and Capability Levels
      • 14 Target Process Capabilities
      • 15 Consequence of Capability Gaps
      • 16 Summary
    • Lesson 5.2 - Quiz
      • Quiz
    • Lesson 5.3 - Conclusion
      • Conclusion

Additional information

  • What is this course about?

    The COBIT® 5 Foundation course is meant for IT professionals seeking knowledge and understanding of the governance and management of enterprise IT. It is the only business framework for the governance and management of enterprise IT. The COBIT® 5 Foundation course offered by Simplilearn includes 6 lessons that provide knowledge of the 5 principles and 7 enablers that form the basis of the COBIT® 5 business framework of governance and management of enterprise IT. Additionally, there are real-life scenarios and quizzes that provide relevance to the content.

    On completing the COBIT® 5 Foundation course, you can:
    1. Demonstrate your learning and understanding by taking up the COBIT® 5  Foundation exam and earning a certificate of completion
    2. Understand the IT management issues in your organisation/enterprise and know how to use COBIT® to respond to those challenges
    3. Put into practice the knowledge from COBIT® 5  framework, and recommend applications of COBIT® for enterprise-wide projects
    4. Take up advanced COBIT® 5  courses and their exams like the following:
      • COBIT® 5  Implementation to master the approach to implement the governance of enterprise IT based on a continual improvement lifecycle and
      • COBIT® 5 Assessment to master the understanding of how to perform a formal process capability assessment.


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