Item description for IT Governance based on Cobit 4.1 - A Management Guide (ITSM Library) by Van Haren Publishing ...
This IT Governance Management Guide is the result of a project that involved many experts from all over the world. It started out as a compact reference to one framework, but it grew into an original document on IT Governance. It is provided for two purposes. First, it is a quick-reference guide to IT governance for people that are not acquainted with this field of work. Second, it is a high-level introduction to ISACA's open standard COBIT 4.1 that will encourage further study. This guide follows the process structure of COBIT 4.1, but adds new information to the structure. This guide is aimed at business and IT (service) managers, consultants, auditors and anyone interested in learning more about the possible application of IT governance standards in the IT management domain. In addition, it provides students in IT and Business Administration with a compact reference to COBIT 4.1.
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Studio: Van Haren Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 5.75" Height: 8.25" Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Release Date Dec 18, 2007
Publisher Van Haren Publishing
ISBN 9087531168 ISBN13 9789087531164
Availability 0 units.
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Remko van der Pols is the creator of the Application Services Library framework.
Reviews - What do customers think about IT Governance based on Cobit 4.1 - A Management Guide (ITSM Library)?
Useful to have an introduction, lacks some detail though May 31, 2010
I found this book quite interesting to have an intro to CobiT. It has some chapters which introduce CobiT in its structure, relationships to other models, etc.
It also gives a quite valuable process (controls) summary, but I would like to see some more detail about them. In my opinion 140 pages of content is not enough for this kind of subject, it would be more adequate to have at least 250 to 250 pages.
Anyway, when you take the official CobiT content, you can leverage it so it's enough to have a quite good knowledge.
Alex Ballarin, Cynertia Consulting. Barcelona.
Excellent book Jun 6, 2009
Excellent book, to follow the limits that should settle down in the area of technology of any company type