14th January, 2014
Day by day more and more organizations are moving towards quality management using different standards like ISO, Prince2, and CMMI etc. Out of these standards, CMMI is based on industry best practices and proven techniques. With popularity of CMMI, confusion related to CMMI implementations is also wide spread in the industry.
One of the most common confusion among CMMI Implementers arises while creating CMMI compliant QMS (Quality Management System). They generally ask question about mapping of the CMMI Process Areas with Organizational Processes – whether to map a Process Area with a single Process or to merge different Process Areas into one Process.
As far as CMMI is concerned, it does not provide any input on this. It is up to the CMMI Implementers to decide the best route of creating more Processes out of the CMMI Processes or creating Processes after merging CMMI Process Areas into few Processes.
You have to study carefully about the integration and collaboration of different teams and activities while deciding about the Processes. For small organizations you can merge different CMMI Process Areas into single process and in Medium to Large organizations it can be other way round.
We at DQS India (CMMI Partner) have CMMI Appraisers and CMMI Consultants who have expertise in designing the QMS. We have developed QMS for many organizations across the world. We can also develop and deploy integrated QMS for covering different standards and models like ISO 9001 and CMMI for Development.
We also have a CMMI-Toolkit to help you quickly deploy QMS in the organization. CMMI-Toolkit contains processes and associated documentation – templates, checklists and guidelines.
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Rajendra is a qualified and certified Lead Appraiser and Instructor for the following :
Rajendra is Lead Assessor for ISO 9001 (QMS), ISO 14001 (EMS), OHSAS 18001 (OHSMS) since 1994
International Automotive Task Force (IATF) approved Lead Assessor for Automotive Standard TS 16949:2009
Lead Assessor for ISO 27001 (ISMS) and ISO 20000-1 (ITSM)
Rajendra has 25 years experience in the industry.