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CMMI®: Guidelines for Process Integration and Product Improvement by Sandy Shrum, Mike Konrad, Mary Beth Chrissis

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Chapter 6. Using CMMI Models

The complexity of today's products demands that an integrated view of systems and software engineering be used. CMMI reduces the cost of process improvement efforts across an enterprise that depends on multiple disciplines to produce products or services. To accomplish this, CMMI provides common terminology, common components, common appraisal methods, and common training materials, regardless of the disciplines involved. This chapter describes how organizations can use CMMI models for both process improvement and benchmarking

Interpreting CMMI Models

CMMI describes the best practices of organizations. These best practices can be used by organizations to improve their processes for developing, acquiring, and maintaining ...

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