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I. Mature vs immature orgs a. Mature i. Processes defined, documented, used consistently and uniformly ii. Visible mgt support iii. Measurement used to manage and improve iv. Consistent quality levels b. Immature i. Over-committed ii. Overly dependent on individs iii. Crisis mgt and fire-fighting iv. Ad hoc processes v. Unpredictable quality II. CMMI a. An internationally recognized industry standard for improving processes and managing projects b. Levels i. 1 –initial (immature) 1. Ad hoc 2. Chaotic 3. Success dependent on individuals 4. Need to concentrate on stabilizing the environment, introducing disciplined pm 5. No process areas ii. 2-managed 1. 7 process areas a. Requirements management b. Project planning c. Project monitoring and control d. Supplier agreement management e. Measurement and analysis f. Process and product quality assurance g. Configuration management 2. Need to focus on developing common processes for the org iii. 3-defined (mature) 1. 11 process areas 2. Processes tailored for standard org set established in level 2 III. QMS- What is it a. How a co is implementing its processes to achieve CMMI accreditation b. An approach to pm modeled on CMMI i. CMMI is the framework, the measurement standard, the accredidation level ii. QMS is how we’ll achieve it c. “How we do things around here” ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2011 for the course BUS 315 taught by Professor Frank during the Winter '09 term at Indiana.
- Winter '09