Impact Management Capability Assessment

We have identified the increasing need for organisations to develop capabilities in the area of Impact Management and Measurement to support more effective achievement of their impact goals and objectives. We have adapted a maturity model and assessment approach to Impact Management. The process is initiated with an online survey to assess your current level of maturity and inform practical recommendations. The resulting report gives you a ‘point-in-time’ view of current maturity and a roadmap of key actions you can take to progress and optimise the value you can derive from Impact Management.

During our complimentary beta testing phase, seize the opportunity to participate in the Impact Management Capability Assessment Survey. Upon completion, receive your personalised report delivered to your inbox, free of charge.

Capability Maturity Models originated in the late 1980s, when the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) of Carnegie Mellon University, began developing a process maturity framework to help organisations improve their software processes. The initial framework was developed with a maturity questionnaire, and later evolved into the Capability Maturity Model for Software as the basis for improving software process along a five-level path of increasingly organised and mature processes [1]. Since then, capability maturity models have evolved as part of the broader practice of capability and enterprise design as a means to design the architecture of an organisation and organise its people, processes and technology to align to and enable strategy achievement. 

[1] Paulk, M.C., Curtis, B., Chrissis, M. B., & Weber, C.V. (1993). Capability Maturity ModelSM for Software, Version 1.1. Technical Report CMU/SEI-93-TR-024. Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University.