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Open Source Assessment Framework

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This article is currently Under Construction. It is undergoing major changes as it is in the early stages of development. Users should help contribute to this article to get it to the point where is ready for a Peer Review.


The long-term goal for MIKE2.0 is to have all assessment frameworks in a Open Source Assessment Framework. A starting point should probably be one of the open source options that already exist on the market. A review has been conducted against a shortlist but none of these options meets the current requirements. There are also licensed alternatives. For now, MIKE2.0 uses BearingPoint's framework for conducting web-based assessments like QuickScan

Key Requirements

  • A web-based interface that is easily accessible
  • Self registration for users of the MIKE2.0 methodology; ideally single-sign-on between MIKE2.0 and the Assessment Framework
  • The ability to assess current-state and future-state capabilities for each question
  • The ability to add metadata to each numerical fact that describes the assessment rating
  • The ability to provide automated reports at the completion of an assessment
  • A model that supports hierarchies of dimensions
  • A means for users to drill into detailed result-sets from aggregated data
  • A user interface that can be easily manipulated

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