Integrated Network Management Roadmap
ISBN: 1 84057 442 9
The framework provides the context in which INM should be considered through definitions, objectives and scope of INM with a common set of principles and components. The remaining framework deliverables (a "Maturity Scale" and "Routefinder") allow companies to identify "Development Pathways" (DPs) towards INM best practice. Companies can develop their own DPs using the framework, and twelve key DPs are provided as appendices. The DPs indicate a vision for future INM practice and identify areas of further research.
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