Roadmaps Classification

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  • Abstract

    Creating modern maps is one of the methods for simplifying business and improving logistics. This research systematizes the main methods for making ties, object mapping, Ob-EKT planning, specific types of road maps and their features. Different roadmaps are systematized in four types: public, corporate, thematic (expert) and the project roadmaps (project/program/portfolio management plan). We introduce an original approach to identifying the road map maturity level. There are four maturity levels: network, expert opinion, the concept (strategy), management plan.



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    Roadmap; roadmapping; classification; maturity level

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Article ID: 20522
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i4.7.20522

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