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CMMI Guidelines for Process Integration 2nd Edition
Guidelines for Process Integration and Product Improvement
The Capability Maturity Model (CMM) is a framework widely used to assess an organization's processes in carrying out specific activities, to guide the implemention of improvements, and to measure progress. There currently are CMM frameworks for software (documented in our CMM book), systems, acquisition, and human resources. The new Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) is an attempt by the Department of Defense and a consortium of companies to integrate the CMMs, which often differ in significant ways, into a single coherent model. The CMMI includes two representations -- a staged representation (where organizations can rise from one level to another) and a continuous representation (where there are steady improvements). The market will decide which representation is preferable; this book covers them both with practical examples that allow readers to assess their level of maturity, and most importantly, improve it!
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Mary Beth Chrissis is a Senior Member of the Technical Staff at the Software Engineering Institute. Since 1988, Chrissis developed all releases of the Capability Maturity Model(R) for Software (SW-CMM(R)) and the Capability Maturity Model Integration(R) (CMMI(R)) models. She was a principal contributor to The Capability Maturity Model: Guidelines for Improving the Software Process. Chrissis is a member of the CMMI Configuration Control Board and is an instructor for numerous SW-CMM and CMMI courses.Mike Konrad is chairman of the CMMI Configuration Control Board and has been a team leader of CMMI model development since 1998. Mike was also a member of teams that developed Software CMM version 1.0, Software Development Capability Evaluation, and International Organization for Standardization 15504 model requirements. Mike has 24 years experience in software engineering, holding various positions in industry and academia. Mike received a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Ohio University in 1978.Sandy Shrum is a senior writer/editor at the Software Engineering Institute. Since 1998, she has served on the CMMI Product Team in roles such as author, reviewer, editor, and quality assurance process owner. Sandy also serves on the CMMI configuration control board and is the CMMI communications coordinator. She has over fourteen years experience as a technical communicator in the software industry. Sandy earned her MS in professional writing from Carnegie Mellon in 1988.
PrefacePart One: About CMMI for Development Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Process Area Components Chapter 3: Tying It All Together Chapter 4: Relationships Among Process Areas Chapter 5: Using CMMI Models Chapter 6: Case Study: Applying CMMI to Services at Raytheon Part Two: Generic Goals and Practices and the Process Areas Generic Goals and Practices Configuration Management Decision Analysis and Resolution Integrated Project Management +IPPDMeasurement and Analysis Organizational Innovation and Deployment Organizational Process Definition +IPPDOrganizational Process Focus Organizational Process Performance Organizational Training Product Integration Project Monitoring and Control Project Planning Process and Product Quality Assurance Quantitative Project Management Requirements Development Requirements Management Risk Management Supplier Agreement Management Technical SolutionValidationVerificationPart Three: The Appendices and Glossary Appendix A: References Appendix B: Acronyms Appendix C: CMMI for Development Project Participants Appendix D: Book Contributors Appendix E: GlossaryIndex