Let's talk about the components of a government system
in this video, we're going to talk about what components are,
how they contribute to a governance system and what the components are as defined by Kobe.
So let's go over the definition of components as it pertains to the Corbett framework.
Components are any factors that contribute to a governance system.
Components can be processes organizational structures, principles, policies and frameworks, information culture, ethics and behavior, people, skills and competencies and services, infrastructure and applications.
Components interact with each other to create a comprehensive and holistic form of governance.
So, for example, organizational structures inevitably interacts with other components, such as culture, ethics and behavior.
If you have a more formal and hierarchical enterprise, organizational structures will affect your work culture.
It may be a more formal environment with centralized controls.
On the other hand, if you have a less hierarchal enterprise, this will also affect your work culture.
That means there may be less processes in place and things maybe more decentralized.
It really depends and varies from organization to organization. This is just a example.
Another example will be that information and process components interact with one another
information will be the input and output for business processes, resulting in an overall intersection of these components.
Ultimately, it creates a comprehensive and holistic form of governance if you recognize the different components of a governance system and how they interact with each other.
So like we said, components can be processes, organizational structures, principles, policies and frameworks, information
culture, ethics and behavior services, infrastructure
and applications, and people skills and competencies. Let's go through each one in depth.
So processes are sets of practices and activities meant to achieve objectives and produce outputs that support the achievement of I T related goals.
Organizational structures reflect decision making entities and those who will execute the decisions and strategic options set by the governing bodies.
Principles, policies and frameworks are another component that translate desired behavior into practical guidance for daily management.
This component tells you what is expected of you and how you can meet those expectations.
Information is a component that is produced and used by an enterprise.
In most cases, it is one of the important business is one of the most important business assets
cope. It specifically focuses on information required for functioning of a government system.
It is an essential building block.
Culture, ethics and behavior determined the success of governance and management activities.
If you have a government system that is extremely stringent imposed onto a more informal and relaxed working culture, you may not have an overall success of a governance and management objectives.
This component is really important to keep in mind when creating your I T governance program and strategic objectives and goals.
People skills and competencies are a component for good decisions, successful completion of activities and execution of corrective actions.
This is related to the culture, ethics and behavior component, but it is made distinct because of the competencies and skills that people bring to an enterprise
services, infrastructure and applications. Component includes the infrastructure, tech and applications that provide an enterprise with a governance system. For i t processing.
Essentially, it is your I t architecture er
so naturally, this is a component of a nightie governance system.
Think about your organization in relation to each component. What are your specific organizational structures that make you unique?
How would you characterize your organization's culture?
What information does your business have that sets you apart from your competition?
So in this video we talked about the different components of a governance system and why these components are significant