Governance and Management Objectives
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next let's talk about governance and management objectives and the five domains.
In this video, we're going to review the five domains of governance and management objectives,
so one more time. This is a very important concept within the coat bit framework. There are five domains that contribute to governance and management objectives.
They're divided between governance and management.
The five domains are ADM, which the governing body is responsible for.
Then management is responsible for aligning, planning and organizing.
And after that, management must build a choir and implement those solutions that carry out the strategic objectives.
Once that is complete, I t resource is must be delivered, serviced and supported.
This includes the security of systems and information.
Finally, management objectives include monitoring, evaluating and assessing I t Solutions. Resource is and processes
so quick. Pop quiz.
What is not a management objective? A p o or medium?
If you answered ADM, you are right. That is a governance objective. The rest are management objectives.
So in this video we talked about the five domains and what each domain is responsible for
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