Summary

The CMMI-DEV model provides guidance for applying CMMI best practices in a development organization. Best practices in the model focus on activities for developing quality products and services to meet the needs of customers and end users.

Description

Project Planning (PP) (CMMI-DEV)Requirements Management (REQM) (CMMI-DEV)Supplier Agreement Management (SAM) (CMMI-DEV)Project Monitoring and Control (PMC) (CMMI-DEV)Risk Management (RSKM) (CMMI-DEV)Quantitative Project Management (QPM) (CMMI-DEV)Integrated Project Management (IPM) (CMMI-DEV)Measurement and Analysis (MA) (CMMI-DEV)Process and Product Quality Assurance (PPQA) (CMMI-DEV)Configuration Management (CM) (CMMI-DEV)Decision Analysis and Resolution (DAR) (CMMI-DEV)Causal Analysis and Resolution (CAR) (CMMI-DEV)Requirements Development (RD) (CMMI-DEV)Technical Solution (TS) (CMMI-DEV)Product Integration (PI) (CMMI-DEV)Validation (VAL) (CMMI-DEV)Verification (VER) (CMMI-DEV)Organizational Process Focus (OPF) (CMMI-DEV)Organizational Process Definition (OPD) (CMMI-DEV)Organizational Process Performance (OPP) (CMMI-DEV)Organizational Training (OT) (CMMI-DEV)Organizational Performance Management (OPM) (CMMI-DEV)Capability Level 1 PerformedCapability Level 3 Defined (CMMI-DEV)Capability Level 2 Managed (CMMI-DEV)Project Management (CMMI-DEV)Engineering (CMMI-DEV)Support (CMMI-DEV)Process Management (CMMI-DEV)/Management (CMMI-DEV)There is no text description available, yet CMMI for Development is a reference model that covers activities for developing both products and services. Organizations from many industries, including aerospace, banking, computer hardware, software, defense, automobile manufacturing, and telecommunications, use CMMI for Development. CMMI for Development contains practices that cover project management, process management, systems engineering, hardware engineering, software engineering, and other supporting processes used in development and maintenance. Use professional judgment and common sense to interpret the model for your organization. That is, although the process areas described in this model depict behaviors considered best practices for most users, process areas and practices should be interpreted using an in-depth knowledge of CMMI-DEV, your organizational constraints, and your business environment.

Contains

Management (CMMI-DEV)
Generic elements are called “generic” because the same statement applies to multiple process areas. A generic element de…
Staged Representation (CMMI-DEV)
The staged representation is concerned with selecting multiple process areas to improve within a maturity level; whether…
Continuous Representation (CMMI-DEV)
The continuous representation is concerned with selecting both a particular process area to improve and the desired capa…
Process Areas alphabetically (CMMI-DEV)
View all Process Areas in alphabetical order.