K-MSG-L Notes 11 (37) - .Level .Every...

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stage to be able to discover out which needs to be done to achieve an optimal stage. Level  Features Level  Informal Recognized by a lack of structure and consistent methods. Every  follows a unique procedure and applies requirements independently. The high company's details  is highly reliant upon the professionalism and expertise of the individual. No high quality  guarantee activities take position except for reviews for information precision. There is little  probability to study stakeholder’s needs. Level  Rudimentary Starting to set up structure and  consistent methods. At a grass-roots stage, employees set up data selection requirements and  institute consistent methods. At an administration stage, the venture begins to set up best  methods. Often described as beginning to institute high quality guarantee methods, such as high  quality reviews. Rudimentary new methods are often abandoned under pressure of perform 
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