Prepared/Approved: Ben Linders, Ericsson EuroLab Netherlands 02 April 2011 1CMMI Continuous RepresentationSPIder, February...
Prepared/Approved: Ben Linders, Ericsson EuroLab Netherlands 02 April 2011 2Views on the CMMI Continuous Representation• K...
Prepared/Approved: Ben Linders, Ericsson EuroLab Netherlands 02 April 2011 3Pros/Cons of CMMI Continuous Representation• A...
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CMMI Continuous vs Staged (SPIder network)

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Presentation has been used in a workshop from SPIder (Dutch SPIN) to discuss the pro's and con's of the two CMMI model representations: Staged and Continuous.

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CMMI Continuous vs Staged (SPIder network)

  1. 1. Prepared/Approved: Ben Linders, Ericsson EuroLab Netherlands 02 April 2011 1CMMI Continuous RepresentationSPIder, February 6, 2002Ben LindersEricsson EuroLab Netherlands, Rijen (N.B.)Ben.Linders@eln.ericsson.se, +31 161 24 9885
  2. 2. Prepared/Approved: Ben Linders, Ericsson EuroLab Netherlands 02 April 2011 2Views on the CMMI Continuous Representation• Knowledge Repository– Best practices, assembled by experts– Clearly organised in groups and Process Areas– Cross links between Process Areas• Tool Box– To help organisations to improve, where needed– Bunch of Process Areas, use only what is needed– Assess how you want (global and quick, or detailed)
  3. 3. Prepared/Approved: Ben Linders, Ericsson EuroLab Netherlands 02 April 2011 3Pros/Cons of CMMI Continuous Representation• Advantages:– Enforces to choose Process Areas, preferably based onbusiness benefit or main organisation risks– Possible to set/measure capability goals per Process Area– Flexible, only assess what may need to be improved, andwhere there are possibilities to improve• Disadvantages:– More complex, only usable by more mature organisations– Not assessing certain Process Areas gives a risk that weaknessesare not found. Requires careful selection of Process Areas!

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