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Requirements Maturity Model - Table

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The IAG Requirements Maturity Model Characteristics Table. Characteristics of each capability by level. By process, techniques, business analysis competency, requirements software, and organizational …

The IAG Requirements Maturity Model Characteristics Table. Characteristics of each capability by level. By process, techniques, business analysis competency, requirements software, and organizational support.

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

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