bsa510 | Graduate
IT Governance And Management
This graduate-level course is 6 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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IT Strategy, Management, Policies, Standards, and Procedures
- Illustrate the importance of the Quality Management Systems (QMS).
- Summarize IT management and monitoring of controls.
- Utilize the enterpriseâs IT policies, standards, and procedures to determine if the enterprise is in compliance and support IT strategy.
Monitoring and Assurance Practices and IT Resource Management
- Examine IT monitoring and internal control evaluations.
- Align assurance practices and IT performance.
- Justify an IT balanced scorecard.
IT Contracting Strategies and Policies
- Survey IT contracting strategies and policies.
- Examine the contract management practices and the Service Level Agreement (SLA).
- Compare change management with configuration management in the context of existing business processes.
Risk Management Practices
- Compare risk management practices.
- Formulate a risk management and mitigation plan.
Business Continuity Planning (BCP)
- Distinguish the IT role in the Business Continuity (BC) and Disaster Recovery (DR) planning.
- Examine the Business Continuity Plan standards and procedures.
- Model an Enterpriseâs Business Continuity Plan (BCP).
IT Governance, Organizational Structures, and HR
- Explain the effectiveness of the IT governance structure.
- Discuss IT organizational structure and human resources management.
- Formulate an IT strategic plan checklist.
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