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RE: [chicago-agile-dev] Discussion Question - Agile methods and t he CMM

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  • Mike Beedle
    ... Dave: Thanks for the info. This is useful because even though something like XP stories may overlap in its goals with something like the Requirements
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 6, 2001
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      Dave Kane wrote:
      > Key
      > + KPA partially addressed in XP
      > ++ KPA Largely addressed in XP
      > -- KPA not addressed in XP
      >
      > CMM Level Key Process Area
      > Satisfaction
      > 2 Requirements Management ++
      > 2 Software Project Planning ++
      > 2 Software Project Tracking & Oversight ++
      > 2 Software Subcontract Management --
      > 2 Software Quality Assurance +
      > 2 Software Configuration Management +
      > 3 Organization Process Focus +
      > 3 Organization Process Definition +
      > 3 Training Program --
      > 3 Integrated Software Management --
      > 3 Software Product Engineering ++
      > 3 Intergroup Coordination ++
      > 3 Peer Reviews ++
      > 4 Quantitative Process Management --
      > 4 Software Quality Management --
      > 5 Defect Prevention +
      > 5 Technology Change Management --
      > 5 Process Change Management --
      >
      > Dave

      Dave:

      Thanks for the info. This is useful because even
      though something like XP stories may overlap in its goals
      with something like the Requirements Management
      KPA of the CMM as shown in the graph above, it says
      nothing about the fundamental nature of its implementation.

      Take the Software Product Engineering KPA for example,
      while the CMM prescribes to document the process
      as a detailed, sequenced, ETVX like process; XP, and
      Scrum in practice implement this process as a
      self-organizing and emergent process throughout the
      lifecycle.

      Aha! That's the difference -- not the overlap in the
      goals, that is universal, but the _way_ it is actually
      documented and implemented,

      - Mike
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