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Are You Ready for the Release? What You Need to Know About CMMI V1.3

  • Author(s): Eileen C. Forrester
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  • Publisher: Software Engineering Institute
  • Type: Webinar
  • Topics: CMMI, Process Improvement
  • Description: In this 2010 webinar, Eileen Forrester discusses the release of CMMI V1.3 and additional plans for CMMI-SVC for 2011.
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Abstract

In this webinar, Eileen Forrester will discuss the release of CMMI V1.3.  All three CMMI models, CMMI for Acquisition (CMMI-ACQ), CMMI for Development (CMMI-DEV), and CMMI for Services (CMMI-SVC), will be released as technical reports on November 1.  A series of other products, such as training, SCAMPI upgrades, revised books, and improved certification procedures will be launched month by month throughout 2011.  Attend this webinar to get an understanding of what's available (and when) to support your effective use of CMMI V1.3.  Learn about sunsetting of V1.2, reviewing the changes to the SCAMPI method, qualifying for the appraiser and instructor roles, and available upgrade training.  We will also be seeking your questions and input.  

In addition, Forrester will describe additional plans for CMMI-SVC in the coming year, and opportunities for you to participate. 

About the Speaker

Eileen Forrester is the manager of the CMMI for Services program at the Software Engineering Institute, and the lead author of the Addison Wesley book, CMMI for Services, Guidelines for Superior Service. She was the co-chair of the International Process Research Consortium and the editor of the IPRC Process Research Framework. Forrester is the developer of TransPlant, a transition-planning process, and her current research area is in process-oriented approaches to service delivery, technology change, risk management, and emergent system types. These approaches include GAIT, the CMMI for Services, OCTAVE, MDA, and multi-model improvement approaches. She has more than 30 years of experience in technology transition, strategic planning, process improvement, communication planning, and managing product, service, and non-profit organizations.

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