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Process 18:11 19/04/2015 Geir Skylstad SINTEF DELAB 1 ITUF 61.UP.93 miniseminar Programvareutviklingsprosessen, 16 sep 1993, Holmenkollen Restaurant Utviklingsparadigmer.

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1 process 18:11 19/04/2015 Geir Skylstad SINTEF DELAB 1 ITUF 61.UP.93 miniseminar Programvareutviklingsprosessen, 16 sep 1993, Holmenkollen Restaurant Utviklingsparadigmer SEI Maturity Model for Software Process  A maturity level is a well-defined evolutionary plateau toward achieving a mature software process.  Each maturity level provides a layer in the foundation for continuous process improvement.  Each level comprises a set of process goals that, when satisfied, stabilize an important component of the software process.  Achieving each level of the maturity framework establishes a different component in the software process, resulting in an increase in the process capability of the organization.

2 process 18:11 19/04/2015 Geir Skylstad SINTEF DELAB 2 ITUF 61.UP.93 miniseminar Programvareutviklingsprosessen, 16 sep 1993, Holmenkollen Restaurant Utviklingsparadigmer Organization maturity levels (stages) Progreff Initial (1) Repeatable (2) Defined (3) Managed (4) Optimizing (5) Disciplined process Standard, consistent process Predictable process Continuously improving process

3 process 18:11 19/04/2015 Geir Skylstad SINTEF DELAB 3 ITUF 61.UP.93 miniseminar Programvareutviklingsprosessen, 16 sep 1993, Holmenkollen Restaurant Utviklingsparadigmer Visibility improve for each level InOut 2 InOut 3 InOut 4 InOut 5 1 In

4 process 18:11 19/04/2015 Geir Skylstad SINTEF DELAB 4 ITUF 61.UP.93 miniseminar Programvareutviklingsprosessen, 16 sep 1993, Holmenkollen Restaurant Utviklingsparadigmer Predictability increases Time/$/ Schedule and cost targets are typically overrun by Level 1 organizations. Plans based on past performance are more realistic in Level 2 organizations With well-defined processes, performance improves in Level 3 organizations Based on quantitative understanding of process and product, performance continues to improve in Level 4 organizations Performance continuously improves in Level 5 organizations

5 process 18:11 19/04/2015 Geir Skylstad SINTEF DELAB 5 ITUF 61.UP.93 miniseminar Programvareutviklingsprosessen, 16 sep 1993, Holmenkollen Restaurant Utviklingsparadigmer Maturity Model Hierarchy Maturity Levels Key Practices contain Key Process Areas Common Features contain

6 process 18:11 19/04/2015 Geir Skylstad SINTEF DELAB 6 ITUF 61.UP.93 miniseminar Programvareutviklingsprosessen, 16 sep 1993, Holmenkollen Restaurant Utviklingsparadigmer Key Process Areas at each Maturity Level Quality management Process measurement and analysis Initial (1) Repeatable (2) Software configuration management Software quality assurance Software subcontract management Software project tracking and oversight Software project planning Requirements management Defined (3) Peer reviews Intergroup coordination Software product engineering Integrated software management Training program Organization process definition Organization process focus Managed (4) Process change management Technology change management Defect prevention Optimizing (5) Software quality management Quantitative process management


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