Management Objective Priority and Target Capability Levels

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Time
3 hours 43 minutes
Difficulty
Intermediate
CEU/CPE
4
Video Transcription
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let's start with the first impact management, objective, priority and target capability levels.
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In this video, we're going to talk about an overview of the impact of the first design factor,
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the impact that management objective, priority and target capability levels have, and an example.
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Management objective, priority and target capability levels are impacted by design factors
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cope. It has 40 governance and management objectives that do not have a natural order or priority embedded within it.
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Thus, it's up to the organization to determine which objectives are more important than others.
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Design factors will naturally make some objectives more important than others.
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Some objectives will be more important and some may be more negligible.
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The higher the importance they hire, the target capability levels will be.
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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.
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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.
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Consequently, thes objectives will have a higher target capability level to manage that security and risk objectives
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based on the objectives. What do you think were most important to Europe organization?
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What capability levels would you need to have take a moment to think about that?
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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.
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