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CMMI PROCESS
ADHERENCE LEVELS
Nicol Pinilla
Content

CMMI and ISO


CMMI Maturity Levels


CMMI Composition


Continuous Representation


Staged Representation
CMMI and ISO

                CMMI                                    ISO
1.   CMMI is an Integrated Model and    1.   The...
CMMI and ISO

                   CMMI                                             ISO
1.   CMMI is a model focused on cert...
CMMI Maturity Levels

CMMI posed
as a gradual
improvement,
to levels that
are used.
By level
organizations
can implement
a...
CMMI Composition




  Common features in all areas of process
Continuous Representation
   The continuous
    representation allows an
    organization to select a
    group of proces...
Staged Representation




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CMMI Process Adherence Levels

  1. 1. CMMI PROCESS ADHERENCE LEVELS Nicol Pinilla
  2. 2. Content CMMI and ISO CMMI Maturity Levels CMMI Composition Continuous Representation Staged Representation
  3. 3. CMMI and ISO CMMI ISO 1. CMMI is an Integrated Model and 1. The ISO is a standard Capability Maturity, for process for implementing a quality improvement. system in an organization. 2. CMMI is more specific about 2. ISO has a set of requirements the type of process is run: process development and for the organization (or the maintenance of products and part within the range) has a services, processes of quality system, the interaction with suppliers and organization must meet the processes for managing and quality system. providing services. 3. The ISO is much more 3. CMMI is more prescriptive as to general and applies to any what is hoped that the quality organization or any type of system should be required. process. The ISO is not as specific.
  4. 4. CMMI and ISO CMMI ISO 1. CMMI is a model focused on certain types 1. ISO has a more general approach is of specific processes. CMMI intended that the organization for Development focuses on process improvement to develop and maintain implements a quality system, regardless products and services, hence can be used of the type of process you have. as sale profits, selling CMMI in terms of addressing business problems. 2. ISO does not prescribe specific requirements for 2. CMMI does prescribe specific the type of process quality system requirements for quality system. For example, as the CMMI for Development is implemented by the organization. The geared towards developing and organization establishes what is maintaining products and services to be your quality system. performed prescribe specific estimates and size estimates.
  5. 5. CMMI Maturity Levels CMMI posed as a gradual improvement, to levels that are used. By level organizations can implement a program of gradual improvements; other models do not contain a set of requirements to be implemented.
  6. 6. CMMI Composition Common features in all areas of process
  7. 7. Continuous Representation  The continuous representation allows an organization to select a group of process areasand improve processes related to it.  Select the order of improvement that best meets the business objectives of the organization and mitigate risk areas of the same.  Objectively improve organizational process.  Allow capacity increased visibility achieved in each individual process area.
  8. 8. Staged Representation Quantitatively Optimizing Managed Managed Defined CMMI for Development (CMMI-DEV) v1.3 Maturity Level Continuous Description Process Areas Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Representation The Engineering process areas also integrate the processes associated with different engineering RD disciplines into a single product development process, supporting a product oriented process improvement TS strategy. Such a strategy targets essential business objectives rather than specific technical disciplines. Engineering PI This approach to processes effectively avoids the tendency toward an organizational “stovepipe” VER mentality. VAL OPF OPD Process Management process areas contain the cross-project activities related to defining, planning, Process Management OT deploying, implementing, monitoring, controlling, appraising, measuring, and improving processes. OPP OPM REQM SAM PP Project Management process areas cover the project management activities related to planning, Project Management PMC monitoring, and controlling the project. IPM RSKM QPM MA Support process areas cover the activities that support product development and maintenance. The PPQA Support process areas address processes that are used in the context of performing other processes. In Support CM general, the Support process areas address processes that are targeted toward the project and can DAR address processes that apply more generally to the organization. CAR

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