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I am working with both frameworks over the last twenty years and was very pleased about these enouncements. The refresh oft he frameworks were also bitterly needed as the last versions of both frameworks are over 8 years old. Time is spinning fast, especially in information technology, and this spiral is becoming more and more acute.
In recent years we have also experienced a great movement towards agility and self-organisation. Processes and policies considered too bureaucratic these days. New technologies such as Cloud Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, IoT and many others have significantly changed the way information is processed and services provided.
However, Scrum, Kanban or DevOps are not frameworks itself, but agile methods and basic concepts of how requirements are implemented today. Governance and management principles and practices go much further and are not covered by these pure agile methods. There was a large gap and uncertainty as to how these necessary practices would be applied under the new working method. In February the first book of ITIL4 was published, which is now received everywhere very interested.
COBIT is from my point of view still the most comprehensive framework for all information and technologies related governance and management practices. But it is and never was the idea that COBIT can or should replace all other frameworks and guidelines. Rather there are on the level of each COBIT governance and management goals a reference to other internationally recognized standards and frameworks with furhter and more detailed information about implementation.
COBIT itself looks like an umbrella framework with better alignment to business strategies and goals. This mapping is a first rough assignment because the details of the ITIL4 practices are not yet published.
As soon as they are available, I will create a corresponding detailed mapping. Thus, both frameworks complement each other with their specific focus. With this mapping I hope to make a valuable contribution so that these two wonderful frameworks can be used in combination.
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ITIL4 – COBIT2019 Mapping
COBIT Mapping: Mapping of ITIL V3 With COBIT 4.1