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MAGMA is an ontology used to categorise information relating to transforming something.

 

Motivation

Information about the reasons why we are transforming. E.g Visions, Goals, Objectives, Requirements.

Actions

Information about the things we need to do in order to achieve those goals and satisfy those requirements. E.g. Mission, Strategies, Tactics, Roadmaps, Plans, Tasks.

Guidance

Information about the things that will guide others as the Actions are executed. E.g Principles, Polices, Standards, Rules, Values, Frameworks (MACE)

Measures

Information about the things that will allow us to know if we have achieved our goals and satisfied our requirements. E.g. Metrics, KPIs, CSFs,

Assessment

Information about the things that led to us to choose:

    the target and intermediate structural models (as defined by MACE)

    the Actions (as defined by MAGMA) that will effect the changes between them.

E.g. Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats, Pro's, Cons, Issues, Risks.

 

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