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CMMI, overview Training
- Participants / Prerequisite
Based on the principle of gradual improvement, CMMI for development is a repository of good practice which aims to project management software development, system and hardware. After the training, participants will have understood the philosophy and architecture of the repository, its usefulness for improving the practices of their organizations, the modalities of implementation and the implications in terms of organization, load working and improving the quality of service.
- What is a process: definition, "mature" process, "institutionalised" process, success factor.
- What is a maturity model.
- What is the Capability Maturity Model Integrated; origins, enhancements beyond the CMM.
- Basic concepts and benefits of process improvement.
- What is the improvement cycle.
- What CMMI brings to the improvement cycle.
- Structure of the continuous and staged representations.
- Basic model concepts: levels, process areas, goals, practices.
- Overview of the 5 maturity levels.
- Characteristics of organisational behaviour.
- Understanding the "Managed" maturity level: from the process areas and practices to the details of key project processes; project management; controlling inputs and outputs and major phases; indicators; managing suppliers.
- Understanding the "Defined" maturity level: from defining the organisation's processes to coordinating process improvement, maintenance, and deployment actions.
- Managing the life cycle.
- Managing quality.
- Managing risks.
- Capitalising organisational experiences.
- Objectives and impact on the organisation.
- Quantitative management of processes and projects.
- Managing process performance.
- Reliably predicting project results.
- Continuous improvement.
- Eliminating chronic causes of inefficiency.
■ Detailed structure of CMMI maturity level 2
■ Detailed structure of CMMI maturity level 3
■ Overview of CMMI levels 4 and 5
- Setting up an improvement programme: assessment, deployment, duration; the process improvement cycle; managing improvement actions.
- Appraisals: self-assessment; official appraisals; different approaches; gap analyses.