Open Digital Maturity Model

The ODMM is a tool that enables telecoms operators and other organizations/enterprises to benchmark their current digital status against their aspirations and other relevant parties. 

Introduction

Members’ Information

  • Philip Laidler

    Change management committee

  • Kelvin Yeung

    Change management committee

  • Kenneth Wan

    Change management committee

  • Hatem Bamatraf

    Change management committee

  • Dharma Syahputra

    Change management committee

  • Martin Kriha

    Change management committee

  • Raul Reyes

    Change management committee

  • Derek Chen

    Change management committee

  • Jonathan Hopkinson

    Change management committee

  • Chris Brewer

    Change management committee

  • Frank Grasic

    Change management committee

  • Arief Musta'in

    Change management committee

  • Julien Roux

    Change management committee

  • Pierre ROBINET

    Change management committee

  • Jessie Chan

    Change management committee

  • Saiful Hidayat

    Change management committee

  • Tanja Hencker

  • Tom Pang

    Change management committee

  • Shekhar Kulkarni

    Change management committee

  • Aiken Leung

    Change management committee

  • San Zaw

    Change management committee

Sponsor

  • HKT
  • Telkom Indonesia
Pilot

  • HKT
  • DTAC

The Open Digital Maturity Model (ODMM) is a key resource for the Open ROADS Community.

Based on the outcome of an ODMM assessment, the assessed organization can then define a pathway to become a DSP(digital service provider) in the mode its strategy and aspirations dictate.

It also provides a basis for further Capability Mapping and transformation implementation projects (although these fall outside the remit of the ODMM).

 

Consists of

  • A secure scoring tool that allows an accredited assessor to score the assessed organization across metrics and generate an assessment against its own aspirations, and other benchmarks

  • Accreditation process and management, defined in the ODMM Assessor Accreditation document

  • Quality control processes, defined in the ODMM Assessor Accreditation document

  • Roles, obligations relating to those roles and other ‘terms of use’ defined in the other governance documents: ODMM Model for Change Control, ODMM Model for Data Disclosure, ODMM Obligations on Assessors and Businesses document

 

Categories and rationale

The ODMM identifies the steps required for an enterprise to achieve its digital business aspirations, and ranks its current capabilities along six dimensions, or Categories, developed by a cross-functional Working Group of Open ROADS Community members.

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Each Category (known in the ODMM taxonomy as Level One) comprises a critical suite of digital capabilities: a group of relevant processes, practices, capabilities and assets—which include technology, human capital, knowledge and finance—to be assessed and measured. Together, the six Categories represent the successful DSP’s portfolio of its technology, talent, processes and strategies.

The group of capabilities and processes within each Level One Category is further broken down into Level Two—largely statements of organizational attributes; this is represented in the chart below.

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Governance Documents

 
1. ODMM Long Term Sustainability Principles

The ODMM Long Term Sustainability Principles defines and explains the 8 key ODMM principles with the aim of ensuring its long term sustainability. It is a key reference document for all parties involved with assessments, whether being currently undertaken or planned, as it outlines the principles all parties involved in assessments must agree to and practice.

 

2. ODMM Obligations on Assessors and Businesses

the ODMM Obligations on Assessors and Businesses defines and explains the obligations on assessors and businesses being assessed using the ODMM tool. It is a key reference document for all parties involved with assessments, whether being currently undertaken or planned, as it outlines the obligations of all parties involved in undertaking ODMM assessments

 

3. ODMM Assessor Accreditation Document

The ODMM Assessor Accreditation Document defines and explains the process for ODMM assessors to become accredited. It is a key reference document for entities and individuals seeking to become accredited ODMM assessors, organizations wanting to conduct a self-assessment, and existing ODMM assessors, as it outlines the process for becoming an accredited assessor, the obligations of an assessor and the details surrounding assessment reviews.

 

4. ODMM Model for Change Control Document

The ODMM Model for Change Control Document defines and explains the model for change control for the ODMM. It is a key reference document for the OPRC and especially members of the ODMM sub-group and ODMM assessors. Since this document outlines the model for change control, and all ODMM assessors are expected to make requests for changes to the ODMM model to retain its relevance and maintain its sustainability, it is a key document for ODMM assessors.


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