Software Development Process Resources
Capability Maturity Model (CMM) -a systems development process
maturity framework to help developers improve their development process.
CMM article links
THE FIVE MATURITY LEVELS OF THE SEI CAPABILITY MATURITY MODEL
A systems development process is the set of activities, methods, practices,
and transformations that developers use to develop and maintain information
Level 1 - Initial : generally characterized by an organization which
does not have a stable environment for developing and maintaining systems.
Level 2 - Repeatable : generally characterized by policies and procedures
being in place and adhered to for systems development.
Level 3 - Defined : characterized by an organizational standard
and consistent systems development process due to its stability and repeatability
on successive projects.
Level 4 - Managed : characterized by an organization that sets quantitative
quality goals for both its systems development products and its system
Level 5 - Optimizing : characterized by the entire systems development
organization being focused on continuous process improvement.
SEI Capability Maturity Model
Establishing readiness criteria
Procedures for performing work
Work verification procedures such as peer reviews
Determining completion criteria
of the People Capability Maturity Model (P-CMM)
Capability Maturity Model for Software
The ISO 9000 Process Improvement Methodology
ISO 9000 (International Standards Organization) refers to a series
of five related quality management standards.
Comparison of ISO 9001 and the Capability Maturity Model for Software
ISO 9001 Compares With the CMM
Personal Software Process (PSP)
Personal Software Process Overview, Practice, and Results
are the benefits of the PSP Software Process?
Personal Software Process
PSP Support Page
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