A Mature Capability Model: Towards Dynamic Sustainability
Paper in proceedings, 2009

Many approaches have evolved throughout the years in the form of change programs to address quality /development /process issues. Either misunderstood or lost their essence during implementation, the change initiatives and development programs rarely helped organizations sustain their change efforts and lack addressing core issues. Unfortunately, maturity models also belong to the same blood line and lack equipping organizations to have self sufficient insights to underlying issues so that they match their changing demands. The use of universal capabilities i.e. learning and motivation are discussed to help organizations develop their maturity for dynamic sustainability

Maturity model

sustaining change

dynamic capability


Osman Zulfiqar Alvi

Chalmers, Technology Management and Economics, Quality Sciences

Sverker Alänge

Chalmers, Technology Management and Economics, Quality Sciences

Proceedings from the 16th International EurOMA Conference, June 14-17 2009, Gothenburg

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Production Engineering, Human Work Science and Ergonomics

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