From today onwards, we will see what are Process areas (Like Project Planning, Requirement Management etc.) and how we are going to get these implemented with in our Organization.
Let’s understand this:
At maturity level 2, the projects have
- ensured that processes are planned and executed in accordance with policy;
- the projects employ skilled people who have adequate resources to produce controlled outputs;
- involve relevant stakeholders;
- been monitored, controlled, and reviewed;
- been evaluated for adherence to their process descriptions.
This is very important to understand that Maturity level 3 contains all the elements of Maturity level 2 and additional for level 3.
Now as we understand the maturity level 2 have got defined policies, resources, stakeholders, and evaluation procedure. This is so very cool…so far…
Also at maturity level 2, the status of the work products (Example will be Requirement documents, Functional Specs time sheets etc.) are visible to management at defined points (e.g., at major milestones , at the completion of major tasks).
But before we do, let’s see what all is contained within the project planning process i.e. PP as a process area:
SG: Specific Goals
SP: Special Practices
All rightie so all set! I am…Let’s get started….My first question to all of you:
How is WBS (Work Breakdown Structure) established.
How are changes to this are controlled.
How is it used?
- CMMi – Tailoring the processes! (seeingfuture.wordpress.com)
- CMMi – Capability Model (seeingfuture.wordpress.com)
- CMMi Process areas and mapping with Maturity levels (seeingfuture.wordpress.com)
- CMMi – Maturity Levels – Initial – Managed – Defined (seeingfuture.wordpress.com)
- CMMi – A crash course – Introduction to Dev 1.3 (seeingfuture.wordpress.com)