Maturity models

Maturity models

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The maturity model helps utilities to implement Smart Grid application by prioritizing tasks and measuring the progress achieved. It also helps to identify the characteristics of the organization by designing a roadmap and by promoting the exchange of common terms among internal and external actors.changes. Maturity models, very common in IT organizations, help an organization assess its methods and processes according to management criteria. The key to achieving a maturity model is a good strategy and a good vision in the Smart Grid context. The maturity model covers three major elements: communications, IT, and electrical components. This chapter discusses the joint efforts among different entities which have come together to produce interesting procedures and schemes to aid organizations in using the most appropriate solutions for their requirements.

Chapter Contents:

  • 12.1 Smart Grid maturity model definition
  • 12.2 Benefits of using a Smart Grid maturity model
  • 12.3 Genesis and components of SGMM
  • 12.4 Development process of an SGMM
  • 12.5 Levels and dominions of an SGMM
  • 12.5.1 Maturity levels of SGMM
  • 12.5.2 Domains of SGMM
  • 12.6 Results and analysis obtained by SGMM
  • 12.7 Example case

Inspec keywords: smart power grids; distribution networks

Other keywords: distribution organizations; smart grid; maturity models

Subjects: Distribution networks

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