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  • GETTING STARTED WITH CMMI ADOPTION Chris Lazaris 6 Dec. 2007
  • CMMI IMPEMENTATION STEPS
    • Secure Sponsorship
    • Take Core Training
    • Prepare your Organization for Change
    • Form an Engineering Process Group
    • Know Where You Are
    • Know Where You Are Going
    • Communicate and Coordinate
    • Track your Progress
  • Secure Sponsorship
    • Ensure that the process improvement program has a senior management sponsor and funding.
    • Present CMMI Version 1.2 Overview http://www.sei.cmu.edu/cmmi/adoption/pdf/cmmi-overview07.pdf
    • Present CMMI Executive Overview http://www.sei.cmu.edu/cmmi/adoption/pdf/cmmi-exec-overview06.pdf
  • Take Core Training
    • Centre for Software Processing Technologies Faculty of Computing and Engineering University of Ulster Jordanstown Campus Newtownabbey BT37 0QB Telephone: +44 (0) 28 9036 6045 Fax: +44 (0) 28 9036 6216 E-mail: cspt@ulster.ac.uk Website: www.cspt.ulster.ac.uk
    • SEI Parterns Network: http://partner-directory.sei.cmu.edu/
  • Prepare your Organization for Change
    • Establish business reasons & business goals for the effort
    • Create a compelling case for change, including the rationale for the undertaking and the expected benefits and costs for the people affected .
    • T ake the Introduction to CMMI Version 1.2 course
  • Form an Engineering Process Group
    • C oordinates process improvement activities across the enterprise .
    • Members of the group can serve as process improvement mentors.
  • Know Where You Are
    • D o an informal gap analysis to determine how your processes compare to CMMI model practices .
    • Do a survey to gather data from managers, project leads, and workers .
    • Build a detailed picture of the present .
  • Know Where You Are Going
    • C reate a picture of where you want to be .
    • Characterize the success you want before you begin .
    • Get a balanced view from management, project leaders, and staff about what they think is most important.
    • Prioritize the process areas to address .
    • B uild your improvement plan .
    • Track your progress against the plan.
  • Communicate and Coordinate
    • H ave honest and open communication .
    • Share the plan with everyone who will be affected .
    • L isten to their comments.
  • Track your Progress
    • Compare the picture of where you are to the one of where you want to be. The difference between the two is the focus of your process improvement program.
    • Create a periodic report that demonstrates your program's progress in reaching its goals.