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Capability Maturity Model Integration CMMI Version1.1: What Has Changed? Since 1991, Capability Maturity Models ®

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(CMM®) have been developed for a variety of disciplines, including systems engineering, software engineering, software acquisition, work-force practices, and integrated product and process development. These models have been valuable to many organizations; however, the use of multiple models has been expensive and complicated. Organizations that want to pursue process improvement across disciplines have had to cope with differences in model architecture, content, and approach. These differences have limited these organizations ’ ability to focus their improvement successfully. Applying multiple models that are not integrated is costly in terms of training, assessments, and improvement activities. The Capability Maturity Model ® IntegrationSM (CMMISM) project was initiated to address these problems. Figure 1 shows how integrating material into the CMMI models adds up as you compare the number of model elements in discipline-specific models to those in CMMI models. CMMI is sponsored by the U.S

Year: 2010
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