51 minutes

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This lesson focuses on enterprise goals which are the needs of stakeholders being translated into generic enterprise goals. These are developed using the balanced scorecard which then translates into a list of industry-specific goals. The enterprise has 17 generic enterprise goals. The term 'generic' is used as these goals are meant to be customized to fit the specific needs of an organization. When creating these goals; consider the following BSC dimensions: 1. Financial 2. Customer 3. Internal 4. Learning and Growth Also discussed are the IT related goals which translate into the COBIT 5 Enablers: 1. Principles 2. Processes 3. Organizational structures 4. Culture, ethics and behavior 5. Information 6. Services, infrastructure and applications 7. People, skills and competency

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Kelly Handerhan
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