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ASSESMENT Of TRANSITION From ‘QUALITY In a PROJECT ENVIRONMENT’- COMPONENT Of PRINCE 2 To ‘PROCESS & PODUCT QUALITY ASSURANCE’- PROCESS AREA Of CMMI 1.1.

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1 ASSESMENT Of TRANSITION From ‘QUALITY In a PROJECT ENVIRONMENT’- COMPONENT Of PRINCE 2 To ‘PROCESS & PODUCT QUALITY ASSURANCE’- PROCESS AREA Of CMMI 1.1 Ahmad Luqman

2 2 Presentation Layout Introduction (PRINCE, CMMI) Literature Review Mapping Conclusion Future Enhancement(s) References & Bibliography Q & A

3 3 Objective Develop an assessment of transformation from OGC- PRINCE 2 to SEI-CMMI 1.1

4 4 PRINCE PRoject IN Controlled Environment [1] Developed by Central Computer and Telecommunications Agency (CCTA) in 1989 United Kingdom Government’s de facto standard for IT Project Management PRINCE 2 launched in 1990 Now operated by the Office of Government Commerce (OGC), England

5 5 PRINCE ® 2

6 6 CMMI Capability Maturity Model Integration [2] An integrated framework for maturity models and associated products that integrate the two key disciplines that are inseparable in a systems development activity; software engineering and systems engineering Developed in Aug 2001, by SEI, CMU, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania USA. SEI is being financed by DoD

7 7 CMMI ® 1.1 Structure

8 8 Literature Review How ISO 9001 Compares with the CMM; Marck C. Paulk, SEI, CMU; /94/$04.00 © 1994 IEEE; Jan 1995 [3]. –The main difference between these two: is the explicit emphasis of the CMM on continuous process improvement. ISO 9001 addresses only the minimum criteria for an acceptable quality system

9 9 Literature Review (Cont…) The Frameworks Quagmire; Sheard, Sarah; Crosstalk, Volume 10, No. 9; Sept 1997 [5]. –Many companies have begun documenting processes in response to ISO 9000 in 1994 on of the various capability maturity models, or perhaps to other standards

10 10 Literature Review (Cont…) Project management & business development Integrating strategy, structure, processes and projects; AP Van Der Merwe; 5 th International Symposium of PM YUPMA 2001; Yugoslavia; 28 to 30 May 2001 [6]. –Project close out is not normally seen as part of the project, neither is commercial operation

11 11 Literature Review (Cont…) Capability Maturity Model Integration 1.1 Continuous Representation; SEI, CMU; CMU/SEI-2002-TR-028 ESC-TR Aug 2002 [7]. –The continuous representation uses capability levels to measure process improvement

12 12 Literature Review (Cont…) Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE 2; Bob Assirati, The Stationery Office, OGC, London, UK; 2004 [8]. –There are certain aspects of Project Management that are well covered by existing and proven methods and are therefore excluded from PRINCE 2. Examples of these aspects are: People management techniques, Generic planning techniques

13 13 Problem Definition PRINCE 2 is not intended to cover all aspects relevant to Project Management & Product Development, e.g. –People management techniques such as motivation, delegation and team leadership –Generic planning techniques such as Gantt Chart and Critical Path Analysis –The creation of corporate Quality management & Quality assurance mechanisms –Contract and procurement issues –Allocation of risk ownership This is the job of other methods, although PRINCE must interface with them to enable information on such areas  Organizations concerned with PRINCE 2 certification often question its overlap with the CMMI. As such; there was no transformation mechanism available between these concerned standards in the contemporary market

14 14 Solution OGC PRINCE 2 Processes map to most appropriate different Practices of SEI CMMI 1.1 analysis provides answer to some common questions about the mapping of these standards

15 15 Work Performed Research is primarily based upon two features; –Leading Case Studies across the world –Incorporation of real time data through questionnaires Case Studies are; 1.PRINCE2 Case study (with CMM), Ericsson Services Ireland, Oct PRINCE2 Case study, Registers of Scotland Executive Agency, Sept PRINCE2 Case study, Enterprise Risk Management, Fleet Information Management Unit, UK, Oct PRINCE2 Case study, Electricity Supply Board Ireland, April PRINCE2 Case study, PRINCE2 & PMI/PMBoK, A combined Approach at Getronics, The APM Group Limited, Buckinghamshire, UK, PRINCE2 Case Study, National Health Service, Bucks, UK, July CMMI Case Study, United Space Alliance (Boeing Company / Lockheed Martin Corporation), NASA, LLC, Australian Experiences with CMMI, Terry Rout, David Marshall, Angela Tuffley & Adrian Pitman, Software Quality Institute, Griffith University, Australian Defense Material Organization, Australia

16 16 Mapping Approach Divide the Standard to the lowest level Compare the Typical Artifact & Work Product Based upon Case studies & Questionnaire, assign weights i.e. Strong, Medium and Weak to one-to-one mapping

17 17 PRINCE 2 ® Breakup

18 18 CMMI 1.1 ® Breakup

19 19 Achievement Map serve as an indicator of correspondence between the PRINCE 2 to CMMI 1.1, rather than as an implementation guideline

20 20 Conclusion

21 21 Future Research  Risk Management (RM) component of PRINCE 2 can be mapped to RM of in CMMI 1.1

22 22 References & Bibliography 1. Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE 2; Bob Assirati, OGC- London-UK; CMMI Guidelines for Process Integration & Product Improvement; Mary Beth Chrissis, Mike Konarad, Sandy Shrum; ISBN ; SEI-CMU-USA; How ISO 9001 Compares with the CMM; Marck C. Paulk, SEI, CMU; /94/$04.00 © 1994 IEEE; Jan SEI & Enterprise Process Improvement Collaboration, Systems Engineering Capability Assessment Model An IPD CMM; International Council on Systems Engineering vol 1, v0.9. CMU; 28 Oct The Frameworks Quagmire; Sheard, Sarah; Crosstalk, Volume 10, No. 9; Sept 1997

23 23 References & Bibliography (Cont…) 6. Project management & business development Integrating strategy, structure, processes and projects; AP Van Der Merwe; 5 th International Symposium of PM YUPMA 2001; Yugoslavia; 28 to 30 May Capability Maturity Model Integration 1.1 Continuous Representation; SEI, CMU; CMU/SEI-2002-TR-028 ESC-TR Aug Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE 2; Bob Assirati, The Stationery Office, OGC, London, UK; 2004

24 Q & AQ & A Ahmad Luqman


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