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Crosstalk : The Journal of Defense Software Engineering, May 1999; Volume 12, Issue 5 : Cmm Level 5 : A Continuous Climb to the Top: CMM Level 5 : A Continuous Climb to the Top

By Bowers, Pamela

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Title: Crosstalk : The Journal of Defense Software Engineering, May 1999; Volume 12, Issue 5 : Cmm Level 5 : A Continuous Climb to the Top: CMM Level 5 : A Continuous Climb to the Top  
Author: Bowers, Pamela
Volume: Volume 12, Issue 5
Language: English
Subject: Government, Technology, Software Development
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection, CrossTalk Journal Collection
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Publication Date:
1999
Publisher: Usaf Software Technology Support Center

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Richard H. Roellig, Mark C. Paulk, Et. Al, M. G., & Cosgriff, Leon G. Oldham, David B. Putman, Mark Peterson, Bruce Rudd, Kevin Tjoland, Rushcraig, Patrick W. Cosgriff, Mark C. Paulk, David B. Putman, David P. Quin, P. W. (1999). Crosstalk : The Journal of Defense Software Engineering, May 1999; Volume 12, Issue 5 : Cmm Level 5 : A Continuous Climb to the Top. Retrieved from http://cn.ebooklibrary.org/


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Description: An announcement of the Ogden Air Logistics Center, Software Engineering Division's Level 5 achievement; a quick refresher on key process areas and maturity levels; the answer to the question, ""How long does it take to reach Level 5?""; the return on both cost savings and employee satisfaction makes the initial investment well worth it; the QuEST for quality requires a dedicated, independent team; it is more important to improve software processes than to merely earn a rating; internal and external perspectives on what an assessment entails; why this more intensive assessment method is superior to other, less involved methods.

Summary
Summary: CrossTalk, The Journal of Defense Software Engineering, is an approved U.S. Department of Defense journal. CrossTalk's mission is to encourage the engineering development of software in order to improve the reliability, sustainability, and responsiveness of our warfighting capability and to inform and educate readers on up-to-date policy decisions and new software engineering technologies.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Policy and Management: Letter to Lt. Col. Richard P. Cashman; by Maj. Gen. Richard H. Roellig. An announcement of the Ogden Air Logistics Center, Software Engineering Division's Level 5 achievement -- CMM Level 5: The Capability Maturity Model: A Summary; by Mark C. Paulk, et. al. A quick refresher on key process areas and maturity levels -- The Journey to CMM Level 5: A Time Line; by Patrick W. Cosgriff. The answer to the question, ""How long does it take to reach Level 5?"" -- Benefits Realized from Climbing the CMM Ladder; by Leon G. Oldham, David B. Putman, Mark Peterson, Bruce Rudd and Kevin Tjoland. The return on both cost savings and employee satisfaction makes the initial investment well worth it -- Software Quality Assurance in a CMM Level 5 Organization; by Rushby Craig. The QuEST for quality requires a dedicated, independent team -- The Right Things for the Right Reasons Lessons Learned Achieving CMM Level 5; by Patrick W. Cosgriff. It is more important to improve software processes than to merely earn a rating -- Assessing a Level 5 Organization; by Mark C. Paulk and David B. Putman. Internal and external perspectives on what an assessment entails -- Software Engineering Technology: A CBA-IPI Reveals More Than Findings; by David P. Quinn. Why this more intensive assessment method is superior to other, less involved methods.

 
 



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