|Cell Scoring Rules: Obtain the average score for all statements for each of the measurement points||People Readiness||Information Technology Readiness||Business Readiness||Row Scoring Rules|
|Business Imperative||Each individual involved in the DW initiative clearly understands the need for the initiative and is willing to support it.||IT understands the business' need for a DW and is willing to support it.||The business area has a clearly understood need for the proposed DW.||Sum the cell scores for this row and multiply by 2.33|
|Executive Sponsorship||The sponsor understands his/her role in the DW initiative and is willing to exercise it fully.||The sponsor understands the IT requirements for a DW, understnads which ones are missing, and supports the means to obtain them.||The business area sponsors the DW initiative, leads the effort, and takes ownership for the resulting DW.||Sum the cell scores for this row and multiply by 2.33|
|DW Development Method||Each individual who participates in the DW initiative understands his/her role in relation to it.||IT has a DW development method that accounts for all the necessary components of a DW initiative, and is willing to use it.||The business area has a clear role in the development method and agrees to exercise that role.||Sum the cell scores for this row and multiply by 1.33|
|Business Process Orientation||Each individual understands the organization's business in terms of its business processes.||IT focues its efforts to support the business based on the business processes.||The business operates based on the business processes.||Sum the cell scores for this row and multiply by 0.67|
|Column Scoring Rules||Sum the cell scores for this column and multiply by 1.5||Sum the cell scores for this column and multiply by 1.5||Sum the cell scores for this column and multiply by 2.0||Readiness Score Calculation: Sum the row scores and column scores and average them|
Taken from Data Warehousing Fundamentals: A Roadmap to Success, Parts I & II Copyright 1998 by The Data Warehouse Institute.