Programma Management Maturity Model Part of Risk Management
I think this subject is a part of risk management and is as old as projects themselves (since the '60 s). So what's new?
If you needs instruments like these based on 10 key management processes (I severely doubt these are all relevant) you're most probably not experienced in the field of program- and project management.
If you'd like to measure your maturity you better use comparable instruments. Use e.g. The INK-model based on the EFQM model
. It's better, proven and useful for organisations, programs en projects.
The problem often is that one uses a different "model" for each discipline in an organisation. Each has its own (CMMI) so the business and nobody can compare. Conclusion: little added value for the whole organisation.
Use 1 system for all activities that is scientific based and validated by practitioners.