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Re: Is CMMi Dev 1.3 model expect to take correction and corrective a Corrections are covered in the Project Monitoring and Control Specific Goal 2. in OPF, and Generic practice 3.2 as well as CAR Corrections, corrective action,
EDWARD F WELLER III
Apr 11
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Re: Is CMMi Dev 1.3 model expect to take correction and corrective a CMMI for Development focuses, at the lower maturity levels, on the concept of correcting errors. At ML3, we have the links between GP3.2, IPM, OPF and OPD
qpitpjl
Apr 11
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Re: Is CMMi Dev 1.3 model expect to take correction and corrective a Hi Vibhanshu, Have you got your answer? Sana ... Dear Expert, Is CMMi Dev 1.3 model expect to take correction and corrective action both against a failure just
sanasarwarts
Apr 11
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Federated Conference on Computer Science
Apr 11
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Is CMMi Dev 1.3 model expect to take correction and corrective actio Dear Expert, Is CMMi Dev 1.3 model expect to take correction and corrective action both against a failure just like ISO9000. When i looked the model it only
vibhanshu2
Apr 8
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Re: Advancing Process Maturity Shri, I know that you want to hear more from practitioners than from lead appraisers, but the organizations that we support are highly influenced by what we
Pat OToole
Mar 4
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Re: Advancing Process Maturity Shri I was in the position in one company where we (SEPG and development management) deliberately cherry picked L3 and L4 practices in the CMM days due to a
EDWARD F WELLER III
Feb 28
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Re: Advancing Process Maturity Pat Nice comment. I have on several occasions recommended to organizations to NOT pursue L4 or 5 as they had other goals (biggest one was to spread "L3"
EDWARD F WELLER III
Feb 28
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Re: Advancing Process Maturity I do not mean to say LM 4 is for everyone or CMMI is for everyone. Also CMMI is not easy so is CMMI ML3 or 4.  Going forward is a personal philosophy of
shrisinhas
Feb 28
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Re: Advancing Process Maturity I find myself aligning with Neil and Jeff on this one, and appreciate them offering the initial resistance to those positions being stated that were making me
Pat OToole
Feb 28
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Re: Advancing Process Maturity [1 Attachment] I would paraphrase Peter's comment (in general) to If you are having trouble attaining Level N performance, it is likely you are not achieving Level N-1
EDWARD F WELLER III
Feb 26
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Re: Advancing Process Maturity Well said Neil. Jeff Dalton, President Broadsword jeff@... 248.341.3367 - Office 248.709.4775 - Cell ______________________________
Jeff Dalton
Feb 26
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Re: Advancing Process Maturity I would like suggest exactly the opposite advice to these quotes: "if you do not want to be ML4, you have not really achieved ML3' "You should not stop at ML2
Neil Potter
Feb 23
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Re: Advancing Process Maturity I completely agree. But there are many ways to analyze data, and they don't always involve statistical techniques. On Feb 23, 2014 5:26 PM, "EDWARD F WELLER
Jeff Dalton
Feb 23
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Re: Advancing Process Maturity Then again, there is a difference between smart practice and best practice I would say smart practice is when you realize best practices are not best (for you)
EDWARD F WELLER III
Feb 23
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Re: Advancing Process Maturity [1 Attachment] Jeff and Peter What about SP 2.3 Analyze Peer Review Data Analyze data about the preparation, conduct, and results of the peer reviews. Seems this is pretty
EDWARD F WELLER III
Feb 23
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Re: Advancing Process Maturity This is indeed a very good observation. Did we not hear in the beginning - process improvement is a journey. You should not stop at ML2 or 3 or 4. If you do,
shrisinhas
Feb 22
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Re: Advancing Process Maturity Agreed, if ML 3 practices have really been institutionalized, the organization will naturally lead itself towards ML 4, at least in the areas needing
Ribhu Lavania
Feb 22
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    Fred Haigh
    Feb 22
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    Re: Advancing Process Maturity The Introduction to CMMI training course, and the sub practices in IPM, are very clear on this - they both say (in multiple languages) that the selection of
    Jeff Dalton
    Feb 22
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    CFP: ICGSE 2014 (9. IEEE International Conference on Global Software Apologizes for cross posting. ****************** * Call for Contribution * ****************** Ninth IEEE International Conference on Global Software
    Ebert, Christof
    Feb 12
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    Re: Advancing Process Maturity I still maintain that if you do not want to be ML4, you have not really achieved ML3. Surely, once you have implemented standard and tailored processes, you
    qpitpjl
    Feb 11
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    Re: Advancing Process Maturity Hi Mark, Et cum spiritu tuo :-) cheers Winifred   CMMI-DEV/ACQ/SVC SEI-certified Instructor & SCAMPI High Maturity LA iNTACS Competent Automotive SPICE
    Winifred Menezes
    Feb 9
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    Re: Advancing Process Maturity Hi Winifred. Perhaps that will be in the third post... ;^) Pax vobiscum, Pax vobiscum, ... *Mark F. Rabideau,* *Owner/ Manager of: PEP, Inc. & eirenicon l.l.c.
    Mark F Rabideau
    Feb 9
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    Re: Advancing Process Maturity Hi, I read both your blog topics, nice stuff. All good and true, but I don't see the argument for proceeding beyond ML3. Maybe I am blind?? cheers Winifred  
    Winifred Menezes
    Feb 8
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    Advancing Process Maturity For anyone who might be interested... I am writing a short series on Advancing Process Maturity. The first two (of three articles) are available online
    mark_f_rabideau
    Feb 6
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    Re: Thinking outside the box for QA roles Hello Amir. There is a potential conflict of interest in what you suggest, but we need to draw the line somewhere. When I am scheduled for an appraisal, there
    qpitpjl
    Feb 1
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    Re: Thinking outside the box for QA roles Hi Amir - this topic has been discussed for many years at the annual SEI Workshop and the SEPG Conference. Here is some
    Gary L. Holt
    Jan 31
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    Re: Thinking outside the box for QA roles Amir Gary has it right. "process Consultancy" needs to be more narrowly defined to give a better answer. E.G., training is typically not a COI Ed Weller ...
    EDWARD F WELLER III
    Jan 30
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    Re: Thinking outside the box for QA roles Hi Amir, The Lead Appraiser can always teach and interpret the model for you, they can also provide guidance on whether what you are doing meets the intent of
    dagreergad
    Jan 30
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