Let's get started with the GM objectives
in this video, we're going to talk about an overview of the E D M domain on the processes in the E. D. M domain.
Evaluate, direct and monitor is the governance domain.
It falls within the umbrella of a governance objective as opposed to management.
There are five governance processes in the D M domain.
These processes are focused on value delivery, risk optimization and resource optimization.
The five governance processes that fall under the e. D m d umbrella are ensuring governance, framework and maintenance to provide a consistent approach which aligns i t decisions with enterprise strategies and objectives.
This ensures that I t processes are overseen effectively and transparently, and compliance requirements are met.
Insured benefits delivery is another objective to secure optimal value from I t services assets initiatives and that it is reliable and cost effective.
Insured risk Optimization is another governance objective to make sure risk does not exceed the enterprises. Risk appetite and risk tolerance
ensured resource optimization is another objective that relates to ensuring that resource needs are met in an optimal manner. I t costs are optimized and readiness for future change
insured stakeholder engagement is the last of the five processes in which stakeholder needs are supportive of the i t. Strategy and road map.
Communication with stakeholders is effective and timely, and reporting is established for performance.
All in all, it's focused on confirming that I t related objectives and strategies are in line with the enterprises strategy.
Okay, quick learning check.
Is this domain a governance or management domain?
If you answered governance, you are right.
In this video we talked about the ADM governance domain and the five processes of this domain.