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Now we're going to move on to component variations
in this video. We're going to talk about the impact of the second design factor, the impact of component variations and an example.
Components are required to achieve governance and management objectives.
Remember, components are the seven enablers such as policies and procedures, processes, people, skills and competencies, organizational structures, culture and behavior, information and services and applications.
Designed factors can influence the overall importance of certain components and make other components not as important for the overall implementation of an objective.
Let's take an example of a health care company that is highly regulated due to the nature of handling PH. I or patient health information.
Since this organization is in a highly regulated industry, it will naturally put more importance on certain components like policies and procedures and organizational structures.
Consequently, there will be more importance on security policies and procedures to ensure the confidentiality and integrity of information.
Additionally, the role of compliance officer will have more an important role as a component than others.
Thus, the design factor will influence the importance of certain components like policies and procedures and organizational roles.
What roles do you think will be most important for your prioritized objectives,
Or is there another component that will be more important than having organizational structures in place?
So in this video, we talked about how component variations affect the design of a governance program, and we went over a healthcare example.
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