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Re: Business benefit in going from CMMi level 3 to level 5

I would approach it from your customer view. Your customer cares about getting a quality product at a low price. How does achieving maturity level 4 and 5
paul riviere
May 8, 2016
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19819

Re: Business benefit in going from CMMi level 3 to level 5

All, I agree totally with what Pat said, but in addition, keep in mind what your business goals are when presenting your case to management. I think this will
Judi Getch Brodman
May 8, 2016
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19818

Re: Business benefit in going from CMMi level 3 to level 5

Vibhanshu, One thing to consider is that high maturity may not be the right thing for your organization. I recommend that my level 3 clients purchase minitab
John Ryskowski
May 8, 2016
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19817

Re: Business benefit in going from CMMi level 3 to level 5

The main reason I never became a high maturity level lead appraiseris is because I never really saw any real practical benefit in it. I should just you keep
paul riviere
May 8, 2016
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19816

Re: Business benefit in going from CMMi level 3 to level 5

Vibhanshu, When trying to determine the return on investment (ROI) for an improvement initiative, you need to quantify both sides of the equation – both
Pat OToole
May 8, 2016
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19815

Re: Business benefit in going from CMMi level 3 to level 5

Dear Vibhanshu, Please refer to the following documents: 03sr009.pdf Demonstrating the impact and benefits of CMMI 06tr004.pdf Performance Results of
Rayney Wong
May 8, 2016
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19814

Business benefit in going from CMMi level 3 to level 5

Dear Experts, My organisation is currently assessed and certified at CMMi level 3, now we are planning for next level i.e. Level 4 and Level 5 in next
vibhanshu2
May 7, 2016
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19813

Classification of Requirements

Friends Organizations worldwide are adopting my classification of Requirements in software projects. I classified Requirements as Core Functionality
Murali Chemuturi
Apr 14, 2016
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19811

Re: Project Planning Capability Lvl3 Appraisal

If you are a test only organization you should consider using the TMMI model instead. It is the Test Maturity Model Integration. It is based on the CMMI and
casadepeppy
Jan 13, 2016
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19812

Re: Research or concept work scope

here is a small clear book for CMMI SVC I wrote it, but no panic, i wont get rich if anyone buys it! Enjoy.
neilpotter
Jan 13, 2016
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19810

Re: Project Planning Capability Lvl3 Appraisal

Hi Pat i have one more query this is in relation to that in past i had over fitted CMMi for Development for test only organization (which was more of an
hitchads
Jan 13, 2016
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19809

Re: Research or concept work scope

Hi Pat . I admit that i am also guilty of over fitting CMMi for Development for test only organization long back I may have to repeat again for some other
hitchads
Jan 13, 2016
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19808

Re: Project Planning Capability Lvl3 Appraisal

Thanks Pat I will order those and read also regards
hitchads
Jan 6, 2016
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19807

Re: Project Planning Capability Lvl3 Appraisal

In addition to the books Pat recommended, I would add these to the list: Statistical Method from the Viewpoint of Quality Control by Walter A. Shewart (a
Henry Schneider
Jan 6, 2016
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19806

Re: Project Planning Capability Lvl3 Appraisal

The two books that I would highly recommend would be “Metrics and Models in Software Quality Engineering” by Stephen Kan, and “Measuring the Software
Pat OToole
Jan 6, 2016
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