Management Objective Priority and Target Capability Levels
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let's start with the first impact management, objective, priority and target capability levels.
In this video, we're going to talk about an overview of the impact of the first design factor,
the impact that management objective, priority and target capability levels have, and an example.
Management objective, priority and target capability levels are impacted by design factors
cope. It has 40 governance and management objectives that do not have a natural order or priority embedded within it.
Thus, it's up to the organization to determine which objectives are more important than others.
Design factors will naturally make some objectives more important than others.
Some objectives will be more important and some may be more negligible.
The higher the importance they hire, the target capability levels will be.
Let's take an example of a financial institution, this institution, maybe more risk averse. Thus, it'll have more of a priority to management objectives that manage risk and security.
Hence a Pio 12. A p 0. 13, which we went over in module five n. D. S. S 05 will become the most important parts of that enterprises governance system.
Consequently, thes objectives will have a higher target capability level to manage that security and risk objectives
based on the objectives. What do you think were most important to Europe organization?
What capability levels would you need to have take a moment to think about that?
So in this video, we talked about how management objective priorities and target capability levels affect the design of governance program. We also talked about an example of a financial institution.