Interpreting the CMMI (R): A Process Improvement Approach

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CRC Press, Apr 29, 2003 - Business & Economics - 414 pages
Written by experienced process improvement professionals who have developed and implemented systems in organizations around the world, Interpreting the CMMI: A Process Improvement Approach provides you with specific techniques for performing process improvement using the CMMI and the family of CMM models. Kulpa and Johnson describe the fundamenta
 

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Contents

Beginning the Journey
9
Structure of the CMMI
21
CMMI Representations
31
Understanding Maturity Level 2 Managed
47
Understanding Maturity Level 3 Defined
63
Understanding Maturity Level 4 Quantitatively Managed
87
Understanding Maturity Level 5 Optimizing
97
Alignment of Multiple Process Improvement Initiatives
103
People Roles and Responsibilities
161
Documentation Guidelines
173
Planning and Tracking the Effort
181
Defining Processes Procedures Policies and Charters
197
A Boatload of Metrics
211
Statistical Process Control
231
A HighMaturity Perspective
257
Closing Thoughts
275

Is CMMI Right for Small Organizations?
119
Definitions Appraisals Using the CMMI
131
Establishing Your Process Improvement Organization
151
APPENDICES
283
INDEX
399
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