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Chrissis, Mary Beth; Konrad, Mike; Shrum, Sandy

CMMI for Development Guidelines for Process Integration and Product Improvement (Gebundene Ausgabe)

Addison Wesley, März 2011


3rd revised edition - 688 S. - Sprache: Englisch - 238x194x30 mm

ISBN: 0321711505 EAN: 9780321711502

CMMI® for Development (CMMI-DEV) describes best practices for the development and maintenance of products and services across their entire lifecycle. By integrating essential bodies of knowledge, CMMI-DEV provides a single, comprehensive framework for organizations to assess their development and maintenance processes, implement improvements, and measure progress. Already widely adopted throughout the world for disciplined, high-quality engineering, CMMI-DEV version 1.3 now accommodates other modern approaches as well, including the use of Agile methods, Lean Six Sigma, and architecture-related development. CMMI® for Development, Third Edition, is the definitive reference for CMMIDEV version 1.3. The authors have revised their tips, hints, and cross-references, which appear in the margins of the book, to help you better understand, apply, and find information about the content of each process area. The book includes new and updated perspectives on CMMI-DEV in which people influential in the model's creation, development, and transition share brief but valuable insights. It also features four new case studies and six contributed essays with practical advice for adopting and using CMMI-DEV. This book is an essential resource-whether you are new to CMMI-DEV or are familiar with an earlier version-if you need to know about, evaluate, or put the latest version of the model into practice. The book is divided into three parts. Part I offers the broad view of CMMI-DEV, beginning with basic concepts of process improvement. It introduces the process areas, their components, and their relationships to each other. It describes effective paths to the adoption and use of CMMI-DEV for process improvement and benchmarking, all illuminated with fresh case studies and helpful essays. Part II, the bulk of the book, details the generic goals and practices and the twenty-two process areas now comprising CMMI-DEV. The process areas are organized alphabetically by acronym for easy reference. Each process area includes goals, best practices, and examples. Part III contains several useful resources, including CMMI-DEV-related references, acronym definitions, a glossary of terms, and an index.


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Inhaltsverzeichnis

List of Perspectives xiii Preface xv Book Acknowledgments xxi Part One: About CMMI for Development 1 Chapter 1: Introduction 3 About Process Improvement 4 About Capability Maturity Models 9 Evolution of CMMI 10 CMMI Framework 14 CMMI for Development 18 Chapter 2: Process Area Components 19 Core Process Areas and CMMI Models 19 Required, Expected, and Informative Components 19 Components Associated with Part Two 20 Supporting Informative Components 25 Numbering Scheme 26 Typographical Conventions 27 Chapter 3: Tying It All Together 31 Understanding Levels 31 Structures of the Continuous and Staged Representations 32 Understanding Capability Levels 34 Understanding Maturity Levels 41 Process Areas 46 Equivalent Staging 49 Achieving High Maturity 52 Chapter 4: Relationships Among Process Areas 59 Process Management 60 Project Management 64 Engineering 68 Recursion and Iteration of Engineering Processes 74 Support 77 Chapter 5: Using CMMI Models 85 Adopting CMMI 90 Your Process Improvement Program 94 Selections that Influence Your Program 98 CMMI Models 99 Interpreting CMMI When Using Agile Approaches 100 Using CMMI Appraisals 104 Appraisal Requirements for CMMI 105 SCAMPI Appraisal Methods 105 Appraisal Considerations 106 CMMI Related Training 107 Chapter 6: Essays and Case Studies 113 Case Studies 113 Essays 137 Part Two: Generic Goals and Generic Practices, and the Process Areas 163 Generic Goals and Generic Practices 165 Causal Analysis and Resolution 233 Configuration Management 243 Decision Analysis and Resolution 257 Integrated Project Management 267 Measurement and Analysis 287 Organizational Process Definition 303 Organizational Process Focus 317 Organizational Performance Management 331 Organizational Process Performance 351 Organizational Training 365 Product Integration 377 Project Monitoring and Control 393 Project Planning 403 Process and Product Quality Assurance 425 Quantitative Project Management 433 Requirements Development 455 Requirements Management 473 Risk Management 481 Supplier Agreement Management 497 Technical Solution 509 Validation 531 Verification 541 Part Three: The Appendices 553 Appendix A: References 555 Appendix B: Acronyms 561 Appendix C: CMMI Version 1.3 Project Participants 565 Appendix D: Glossary 573 Book Contributors 605 Index 623

Über den Autor

Mary Beth Chrissis is a senior member of the technical staff at the Software Engineering Institute (SEI). Since joining the SEI in 1988, Chrissis has been a coauthor of the Capability Maturity Model Integration for Development (CMMI-DEV) and Capability Maturity Model for Software (SW-CMM) models. Currently, Chrissis chairs the CMMI Configuration Control Board (CCB), is a member of the IEEE Software and Systems Engineering Standards Executive Committee, and is an instructor of various CMMI model-related courses at the SEI. Prior to joining the SEI, Chrissis worked at GTE Government Systems in Rockville, Maryland; Dravo Automation Sciences in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and Sperry Corporation in Great Neck, New York. Before coming to the SEI, Chrissis was pursuing her M.S. in computer science from Johns Hopkins University, and in 1983 she received a B.S. from Carnegie Mellon University. Mike Konrad is a senior member of the technical staff and has been at the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) at Carnegie Mellon University since 1988. Dr. Konrad is the Chief Architect of CMMI and Manager of SEI's CMMI Modeling Team. Previously, he was Chair of the CMMI Configuration Control Board (2001-2006) and a member of the International Process Research Consortium (2004-2006). Also, he was a member of the teams that developed the original Software CMM Version 1.0 (1988-1991) and ISO 15504 (1993-1997). Prior to joining the SEI, Konrad worked with several companies in computer science-related positions, including ISSI, SAIC, and Honeywell and briefly with George Mason University and the University of Maryland. He obtained his Ph.D. in mathematics in 1978 from Ohio University, Athens, Ohio. Sandy Shrum is a senior writer/editor and communications point of contact for the Software Engineering Process Management program at the Software Engineering Institute (SEI). Besides this book, she has coauthored two other CMMI books: CMMI(R)-ACQ: Guidelines for Improving the Acquisition of Products and Services (Addison-Wesley, 2009) and CMM(R) for Services: Guidelines for Superior Service, Second Edition (Addison-Wesley, 2007). She has been with the SEI since 1995 and has been a member of the CMMI Development Team since the CMMI project's inception in 1998. Her roles on the project have included model author, small review team member, reviewer, editor, model development process coordinator, and quality assurance process owner. Before joining the SEI, Sandy worked for eight years with Legent Corporation, a Virginia-based software company. Her experience as a technical communicator dates back to 1988, when she earned her M.S. in professional writing from Carnegie Mellon University. Her undergraduate degree, a B.S. in business administration, was earned at Gannon University, Erie, Pennsylvania.


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