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Requirements Maturity Model - Matrix of Levels

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A table describing the characteristics of organizations at levels zero through five in the maturity of their business analysis, requirements definition and management capabilities.

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Requirements Maturity Model - Matrix of Levels

  1. 1. 0 1 2 3 4 5 Incomplete Performed Defined Implemented Institutionalized Optimizing Standards implemented Process definition is Defined activities Universally applied updated based on metrics, Informal/inconsistent and followed on majority Process No defined process definition and execution performed on many of projects Integrated with changes to corporate projects PMLC/SDLC strategy, and industry Detailed task definition innovations Defined practices & Best practices used Measurements of Standards implemented techniques updated based Practices & No defined practices & Informal & compliance, and Guidelines defined but used on majority of on metrics, changes to Techniques techniques Inconsistent use effectiveness are applied Requirements Maturity Attribute Table not mandated projects corporate strategy, and regularly industry innovations Use of standard Templates, guidelines, deliverables mandatory Meets expectations on Updates performed to Requirement documents Informal incorporate industry best standards defined Quality standards well virtually all projects Deliverables are not a standard non-standardized Not mandated Integrated with PM/SDLC practice innovations and deliverable defined updates in enterprise documentation Used on most projects Used on majority of Fully automated strategy projects Standard generic Required management Enhancements Requirement automation Requirements Technology is not desktop tools software integrated with implemented software tools provided management software Technology considered or used in implemented and project management and capturing business needs No planned approach to application life cycle Usage continuously Inconsistent usage mandatory tool usage management software improved Organization has Metrics are applied against Requirements/BA Organization does not Limited Support delegated support of the center of support for organization is continually A formal see need to support business analysis best Business Analysis improved Organization business analysis Undefined Roles practices and staff Requirements/BA Little Training organization established Organization measures External audits applied to practice development to an individual or team effectiveness of training validate measurements No knowledge of Good knowledge of all Solid knowledge, Advanced Level of Have a fundamental Good demonstrated fundamental concepts concepts and key BA Proficiency Staff Competency and skills for knowledge of most core ability in required skills, and ability concepts & skills skills competencies consistently applied requirements delivery Copyright ® IAG Consulting 2009 V2.4

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