Assessment Maturity Model

A descriptive model that provides a way for organizations' executives and managers to monitor, chart and improve their use of assessments.
If you can't measure it you can't manage it is the premise behind the Assessment Maturity Model. But to measure it you need to know what "it" is. Please enter your email address below to receive news of the Assessment Maturity Model:
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Areas vs Measures
The Assessment Maturity Model proposes that there are six key performance indicators, known as Measures, within the three key Areas of Assessments, namely:

Six key performance indicators, known as Measures, are tracked to provide an indication of maturity and these are:

Quality vs EfficiencyBy tracking these Measures an organization can determine where they are and can plan for where they want to be. These can be tracked by a single Area, as shown in the graphic to the left, or with the three Areas combined for an overview. The graphic to the right shows how an organization can track by area based on "Quality" and "Efficiency".

PhasesAlthough there are no generally recognized benchmarks for this model organizations can establish their own by comparing and measuring the performance of their various teams.
As the Assessment Maturity Model becomes more widely used and general benchmarks are establihsed, it will be possible to provide guidance as your current Phase of maturity. The recognition of an organization's phase will determined by its lowest performing indicator.

Take time to learn more about the Areas, Measures and Phases of the Assessment Maturity Model.