For the above-mentioned question, CMMI consultants may take inputs from the following inputs. Requirement Management Process (REQM) supports in managing the project’s product and products component requirements. Generally all the customer requirements for services are often provided through agreements/contracts. In comparison to the CMMI for Development here terms like “product” and “product component” also includes services, service systems, and their… Read more →
Configuration Management Process Area deals with the management of the work products and it involves their Identification, Control of their configuration (Version, Make, Model, etc.), Status Accounting (Listing, Version History, etc.) and conducting Audits. Now if we analyze the CM Process Area in context of the CMMI Models i.e. CMMI for Service and CMMI for Development, we find that both… Read more →
Service Continuity (SCON) is the capability and methodology to recover from a disruptive or disastrous situation. Example of disastrous situations explained in CMMI for Services (CMMI-SVC) Ver 1.3: Disruption to Infrastructure (i.e. Significant Equipment Malfunction, Building Collapse, etc.) Natural Disasters (i.e. Earthquake, Flood, Hurricanes, Tornados, etc.) Human events (i.e. Civil unrest, Terrorism, etc.) It means how to prepare the technical… Read more →
Service System Transition and Strategic Service Management Process Areas belong to the CMMI Maturity Level 3. Both of these have their focus on the services but from different point of view. In this post we will figure out the difference between them. Service System Transition (SST) Service System Transition (SST) is the transitioning of service systems in new situations. These… Read more →
As CMMI Consultants, if you come across the situation wherein you have to differentiate between CMMI Maturity Level 2 Service Delivery Process Area and CMMI Maturity Level 3 Service System Development Process Area, how will you do this? Essentially, as CMMI Consultants, do we essentially know the fundamental difference between CMMI Service Delivery Process Area and CMMI Service System Development… Read more →
As processes around the world are evolving, so are the CMMI Models. CMMI Institute has grown over a period of time and has developed three models – CMMI for Development, CMMI for Acquisition and CMMI for Services. With these models in hand not only Software Development Organizations but others organizations can also take advantage of the Process Improvement. Now CMMI… Read more →
Currently three CMMI Models developed by the CMMI Institute: CMMI for Development Version 1.3 (CMMI-DEV) CMMI for Services Version 1.3 (CMMI-SVC) CMMI for Acquisition Version 1.3 (CMMI-ACQ) Common and Specific elements (Process Areas) in CMMI Models: Schematic Representation: Above picture shows the core, common and specific Process Areas between all three CMMI Models. Common Process Areas: CMMI Common Framework: 16… Read more →
Last week, CMMI Institute has released the Spanish version of the CMMI for Services Model – CMMI para Servicios, the official Spanish translation. This shows the global vision of CMMI to make the world work better by providing models, appraisal methods and other relevant artefacts in different languages so that everybody can take the advantage of the learning.
Work Monitoring and Control (WMC) helps in ensuring the work progress as per the work plans. WMC helps in the keeping an understanding of the progress and taking appropriate actions in case of deviations from he planned activities. Work Monitoring and Control (WMC) process area is available at CMMI Maturity Level 2 under the Work Management category of the CMMI… Read more →
Service Delivery (SD) is a Process Area at CMMI Maturity Level2 of CMMI-SVC under category Service Establishment and Delivery. Service Delivery (SD) helps in the management of the overall deliver services as per the agreed terms and conditions of the delivery.