Peter Allen's song "Everything Old is New Again" is a truism that applies in the world of Business Process Re-engineering (BPR). Six Sigma methodologies clearly fall under this rubric and are fashionably back in vogue in the world of IT management. IT compliance management is a critical component of information technology processes and procedures and therefore should be treated as a "core competency" as it relates to the analysis of success factors in IT organizations. Using the Six Sigma approach can help organizations successfully integrate IT compliance management into their overall operational risk management and regulatory compliance management programs. This is particularly important because a recent study byx the Business Performance Management Forum states that "while compliance is definitely a management concern, policies and procedures are yet to take hold, enforcement seems to be a loose concept, and management's general familiarity with issues around compliance is painfully lacking.
The Six Sigma methodology includes the core competencies of: performance, change, communication, collaboration and critical thinking.
Five Core Competencies of IT Compliance Six Sigma
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