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  1. Intro to the CMMI (Capability Maturity Model Integration) Management Overview

  2. Speaker • John Ryskowski • of JFR Consulting • jfryskowski@yahoo.com • 310 292 9288 JFR Consulting

  3. Purpose • To gain some understanding of: • Process Models, their history, assumptions • What’s in the CMMI and why • Project management across maturity levels • In summary JFR Consulting

  4. Why Focus on Process? • The process management premise: • The quality of a system is highly influenced by the quality of the process used to acquire, develop, and maintain it. • This premise implies focus on processes as well as on product. • This is a long-established practice in manufacturing. • Belief in this premise is visible worldwide in quality movements in manufacturing and service industries, e.g., ISO standards. JFR Consulting

  5. Pulled, I was never used! Why am I being pulled? I’m big, I’m beautiful, and you can’t hide! CMMI I could have been a contender if I had maturity levels. SW-CMM V1.1 SW-CMM V2.0 Draft EIA 731 (SE) IPD CMM What? A Little History JFR Consulting

  6. CMMI Parts • Maturity levels (or cultural state) • Process Areas (PA) (or topics) • Goals (or general activities) • Practices (or detailed activities) JFR Consulting

  7. The CMMI JFR Consulting

  8. Maturity Levels • The maturity level of an organization provides a way to predict the future performance of that organization within a discipline or set of disciplines. JFR Consulting

  9. Quick quiz 1) What is the first level where data from one project is easily available to other projects in the organization? 2) At what level are individual projects managed with little detailed organizational influence? 3) At what level are boundaries applied to project metrics measures as an indicator to take action? 4) At what level is the transition to new technologies routine? 5) What level relies heavily on the heroics of individuals for project success? Level 3 (Defined) Level 2 (Repeatable) Level 4 (Managed) Level 5 (Optimizing) Level 1 (Initial) JFR Consulting

  10. Level 2 Process Areas Requirements Management Project Planning Project Monitoring & Control Measurement & Analysis Supplier Agreement Management Process & Product Quality Assurance JFR Consulting Configuration Management

  11. Level 3 Process Areas Requirements Development Organizational Training Integrated Project Management Technical Solution Product Integration Risk Management Verification Decision Analysis & Resolution Validation Organizational Process Focus Organizational Process Definition JFR Consulting

  12. Levels 4 and 5 Process Areas Quantitative Project Management Organizational Innovation & Deployment Organizational Process Performance Causal Analysis & Resolution JFR Consulting

  13. Some Goals (from Project Planning) • Goal 1 – Estimates of project planning parameters are established and maintained. • Goal 2- A project plan is established and maintained as the basis for managing the project. • Goal 3- Commitments to the project plan are established and maintained. JFR Consulting

  14. Some Practices (from goal 2 of Project Planning) • Establish the budget and schedule • Identify project risks • Plan for data management • Plan for project resources • Plan for needed knowledge and skills • Plan stakeholder involvement • Establish the project plan JFR Consulting

  15. Process Areas may also be grouped by topic • Project management • Process management • Engineering • Support Let’s take a look at the project management process areas across the maturity levels. JFR Consulting

  16. Project Management Process Areas MATURITY LEVEL 2 MATURITY LEVEL 4 Project Planning (PP) Quantitative Project Management (QPM) Project Monitoring & Control (PMC) Supplier Agreement Management(SAM) MATURITY LEVEL 3 MATURITY LEVEL 4 Integrated Project Management (IPM) Causal Analysis & Resolution (CAR) Risk Management (RSKM) JFR Consulting

  17. A model is an abstraction… • The CMMI • captures industry/common sense best practices, • and documents them at the appropriate level of abstraction • so that there exist many ways to meet the model practices JFR Consulting

  18. In Summary • The CMMI brings • Project visibility • Project predictability JFR Consulting

  19. For further study • Might want to start with these SEI web pages: • www.sei.cmu.edu/cmmi/ • For more about the CMMI • www.sei.cmu.edu/sema/ • For summaries of appraisal results JFR Consulting

  20. In closing Thank you JFR Consulting