17th October, 2013
Most of the organizations are in hurry to adopt a Quality Management Framework or Model as soon as possible and in the hurry tend to start in a structured manner. This leads to issues in the SCAMPI A Assessments and most of them fails there. In this post we will see what resources are required to get started with CMMI Implementation in an organization.
Management Commitment towards the implementation of the CMMI Framework is required at the first step of the CMMI journey. Management should convey its commitment to the employees through clear message. This can be done using emails, posters, town hall meetings etc.
Next comes, the role of employees to carry out the Management Commitment for CMMI Implementation. Employees should have attitude to learn new things and to improve their working in compliance with the requirement of the CMMI Framework. Employees include Senior Management, Delivery Managers, Project Managers, Team Leaders, Developers, Testers, HR, SQA etc.
CMMI journey involves implementation of various Processes and associated templates (this can be achieved using automated tools). This is achieved using a centralised repository containing organizational processes, templates, checklists and guidelines. Generally these artefacts are available in professional toolkits known as CMMI-Toolkit. One such CMMI Toolkit is available from DQS India. You can also view CMMI Templates.
Most of the time organization faces difficulty in planning and executing CMMI Practices, here comes the role of a CMMI Expert known as CMMI Consultant, who provides CMMI Consultancy Services to organizations. CMMI Consultant like DQS India (CMMI Institute Partner) provided CMMI experts to hand hold your CMMI Implementations and to guide you at every step of the CMMI Journey. With the CMMI Consultants you can be rest assure about the high rate of Formal SCAMPI Assessments.
With the about ingredients you can be sure about the success of the SCAMPI Assessment.
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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.