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CMMI Survival Guide

CMMI Survival Guide

Just Enough Process Improvement

Suzanne Garcia, Richard Turner - Collection Sei Series in Software Engineering

300 pages, parution le 29/11/2006


The CMMI provides a framework for process improvement spanning the life cycle of a product or service, from conception through delivery and maintenance. Widely and beneficially adopted around the world, the size and apparent complexity of the framework have nonetheless been daunting to some organizations. That need not be so. With a proper guide to help navigate around unknown dangers, potential pitfalls, and false paths, you too, can realize substantial business value from a successful CMMI implementation. This book is such a guide, full of the real-life examples to ease your way, and written in a lighter style to ease your reading.

The CMMI Survival Guide is an effective resource for multiple readerships. If you are just now considering a process improvement program, with the CMMI among your options, the authors' discussion of relevant issues will enhance your business case right from the start. If you have already decided to implement the CMMI, the authors' practical knowledge will help you make the most of your efforts. Even if you are well into a CMMI implementation, but are lost, stuck, or going around in circles, the authors' valuable advice will help you regain your direction.

If you work in a smaller or resource-strapped organization, you will particularly benefit from the authors' description of alternative paths to process improvement-approaches that are more incremental or agile, and less intensive, than you might imagine for a CMMI implementation. The authors draw on their extensive experience working with diverse organizations, and on the CMMI tools, techniques, and templates developed for those organizations.

Whatever your background or need, the CMMI Survival Guide will help you survey the CMMI territory, consult possible road maps, learn from other CMMI explorers, weigh the benefits of hiring a living guide, and even consider whether the trip is right for you.

L'auteur - Richard Turner

Richard Turner is broadly experienced in software development and acquisition. He currently is a research professor in engineering management and systems engineering at George Washington University, and, in support of the U.S. Department of Defense, is responsible for identifying and transitioning new software technology into the development and acquisition of complex, software-intensive defense systems. He was on the original author team for Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) and is a co-author of CMMI® Distilled (Addison-Wesley, 2001).

Autres livres de Richard Turner


  • Scouting the Territory
    • Why We Think Process Is Important
    • Why Process Improvement Helps
    • Why Process Improvement Isn't Trivial
  • Mapping the Route
    • CMMI As Your Guide
    • A Decision-based Life Cycle for Improvement
  • Surviving the Passage
    • A PI Case Study
    • Survival and PI
  • Experiencing the Journey
    • Developing and Sustaining Sponsorship
    • Setting and Measuring Against Realistic Goals
    • Managing an Appraisal Life Cycle
    • Developing Process Improvement Infrastructure
    • Defining Processes
    • Deploying Improved Processes
    • Looking Ahead
  • Outfitting Your Expedition (PI Resources)
    • Tools and Techniques
Voir tout

Caractéristiques techniques

Éditeur(s) Addison Wesley
Auteur(s) Suzanne Garcia, Richard Turner
Collection Sei Series in Software Engineering
Parution 29/11/2006
Nb. de pages 300
Format 19 x 23
Couverture Broché
Poids 695g
Intérieur Noir et Blanc
EAN13 9780321422774
ISBN13 978-0-321-42277-4


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