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CMMI CONSULTING

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  • 1. CMMI Consulting
  • 2. AGENDA The Maturity Levels CMMI - Overview CMMI - Implementation Road Map CMMI - Appraisal Road Map CMMI – Expectations CMMI - Responsibilities CMMI - Why Techserv ? CMMI - Question & Answers
  • 3. CMMI Maturity Levels The Maturity Levels CMMI - OVERVIEW
  • 4. What is a CMMI? CMMI is a model which provides a structured view of process improvement across an organization CMMI can help o set process improvement goals and priorities o provide guidance for quality processes o provide a yardstick for appraising current practices
  • 5. What Is a Process Model? A model is a structured collection of elements that describe characteristics of effective processes Processes included are those proven by experience to be effective
  • 6. How Is a Model Used? to help set process improvement objectives and priorities, improve processes, and provide guidance for ensuring stable, capable, and mature processes as a guide for improvement of organizational processes
  • 7. Why Is a Model Important? A model provides o a place to start o the benefit of a community’s prior experiences o a common language and a shared vision o a framework for prioritizing actions
  • 8. CMMI Maturity Levels The Maturity Levels Optimizing 5 Focus on continuous process improvement Quantitatively 4 Process measured Managed and controlled Defined 3 Process characterized for the organization and is proactive Managed 2 Process characterized for projects and is often reactive Initial 1 Process unpredictable, poorly controlled, and reactive
  • 9. CMMI Maturity Levels Level 5 Process performance continually improved through incremental and innovative Optimizing technological improvements. Level 4 yit ur Processes are controlled using at Quantitatively sM statistical and other quantitative Managed techniques. s ce Level 3 o Pr Processes are well characterized and understood. Processes, standards, Defined procedures, tools, etc. are defined at the Level 2 organizational (Organization X ) level. Proactive. Managed Processes are planned, documented, performed, monitored, and controlled at the project level. Often reactive. Level 1 Initial Processes are unpredictable, poorly controlled, reactive.
  • 10. PROCESS AREAS Level 2 Level 3 o Requirements Development o Requirements Management o Technical Solution o Project Planning o Product Integration o Project Monitoring & Control o Verification o Supplier Agreement Management o Validation o Measurement & Analysis o Organisational Process Focus o Process & Product Quality Assurance o Organisational Process Definition o Configuration Management o Organisational Training o Integrated Project Management o Risk Management o Decision Analysis & Resolution Level 4 Level 5 o Organisational Process o Organisational Innovation & Performance Deployment o Quantitative Project Management o Causal Analysis & Resolution
  • 11. CMMI Maturity Levels The Maturity Levels CMMI IMPLEMENTATION ROADMAP
  • 12. CMMI Implementation Roadmap ENVISION SOLUTION PROPOSAL GAP PROJECT ARCHTECTURE PROJECT ANALYSIS PLAN KICK-OFF PROJECT EXECUTION PROCESS PROCESS DEPLOYMENT TRAINING DESIGN REVIEWS ACTIVITIES ACTIVITIES DEFINITION AND IMPLEMENTATION TUNING DEFINITION IMPLMNTN. COACHNG TUNING TUNING POST IMPLEMENTATION GAP ANALYSIS GAP DEFINITION IMPLMNTTN. ANALYSIS MINI TUNING TUNING APPRAISALS 12
  • 13. CMMI Maturity Levels The Maturity Levels CMMI APPRAISAL ROADMAP
  • 14. Roadmap for CMMI Appraisal Checkpoint Implementation Review and Assessments Appraisal Planning Introduction to CMMI Training (to Appraisal Team) Process Gap Analysis SCAMPI A Phase One – Preonsite Period Engagement Planning SCAMPI A Phase Two – Onsite Period Detailed schedule of activities to be arrived at after Gap Analysis is carried out. SCAMPI – Standard CMMI Appraisal Method for Process Improvement 14
  • 15. CMMI Maturity Levels The Maturity Levels CMMI EXPECTATIONS
  • 16. CMMI - EXPECTATIONS Defined Processes Deployment of defined processes Quantitative techniques Process Improvements based on facts Participation of Process owners Metrics Strategy at Corporate level Usage of Process Database / Library Maintain audit trail to support compliance Ability to prove understanding of processes Process Awareness Process Interpretation Process Usage Management involvement in Process
  • 17. CMMI Maturity Levels The Maturity Levels RESPONSIBILITIES
  • 18. RESPONSIBILITIES Techserv Consulting ACCOUNTABILITIES RESPONSIBILITIES Advisory on smooth transition Engagement Advisory Successful alignment of documented systems to Training and Orientations CMMI® Level 3 Design and Develop Systems complaint to CMMI® L3 Successful alignment of implemented systems to Advisory on systems Implementation Level 3 Advisory on process Improvements Process documentation Internal Audits Assistance in Process Institutionalization CUSTOMER ACCOUNTABILITIES RESPONSIBILITIES Take ownership for this programme Facilitate process documentation Ensure active participation of the organization Process implementation Status reporting Process Institutionalization Project risks and issues management Maintain the Project schedule Constitute Steering committee Conduct Steering committee meetings
  • 19. CMMI Maturity Levels The Maturity Levels WHY TECHSERV?
  • 20. WHY TECHSERV ? Capable of diagnosing the problems accurately Find appropriate, cost effective and long lasting solutions Factor in practical aspects and ground realities Always strive to provide immense value to our customers Surpass the best-in-class Independence Collaborative Consulting
  • 21. Resume Arul Nambi Has over 30 years of experience in Information systems analysis, design, development, implementation and Quality Systems / Information Security design and implementation. The above experience includes Programme Management, information systems audit in a public accounting firm to evaluate application controls and security. Led a team of quality professionals in process improvement initiatives based on CMM Level 4, CMM Level 5 and CMMI Level 5. Participated as an Assessment Team Member (ATM) for three CMM / CMMI high maturity assessments. Conducted large number of process consulting, Project audits, process improvement initiatives successfully. Has exposure to various industry segments viz., Textiles, Development Banking, Retail Banking, Business Consulting, Certification BodiesSoftware Consulting, and Iron & Steel. 21
  • 22. Resume Arul Nambi Memberships Founder Member of ISACA Mumbai Chapter Past Membership Director – ISACA – Mumbai Chapter Past CISA coordinator - ISACA – Mumbai Chapter Member - ISACA – Mumbai Chapter for seven long years since its inception Qualification Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce (B.Com) from University of Madras Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) from ISACA Professional Certificate Course in Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) from AIMA Certified Quality Analyst (CQA) from Quality Assurance Institute (USA) Certified Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) from APICS Lead Auditor - ISO 9001 Lead Auditor – ISO 27001 22
  • 23. CMMI BENEFITS Stakeholder Benefits How it will be achieved Customers Improved Customer Satisfaction oDelivery on-time oLess Production Issues oLess Defect leakage oAchieving Commitments made oDemonstrating Pro-activeness oDemonstrating Leadership IT Management Reduction in Cost of Quality oLess internal Defects oLess Customer found defects oReduction in Quality Control activities oLess Customer complaints Better Control over Effort and Schedule oImproved proactive environment oBetter anticipation of problems oContinual Process improvement culture oBetter estimation skills oImproved Customer involvement oImproved employee productivity Product Quality oBetter Software engineering practices oBetter Quality Assurance practices oProduct and Process Measurement systems oContinual Process improvements IT Employees Improved Employee Morale oReduction in reactive environment oJob satisfaction oLess rework oFeeling of accomplishing work on time oClear about their roles and responsibilities 23
  • 24. CMMI Maturity Levels The Maturity Levels QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
  • 25. CMMI Maturity Levels The Maturity Levels Any Queries ? Please Contact: ARUL NAMBI aruln@techservconsult.com +91 9892504538 www.techservconsult.com
  • 26. Thank you