Project Management Success with CMMI: Seven CMMI Process Areas

James Persse

  • 出版商: Prentice Hall
  • 出版日期: 2007-06-01
  • 售價: $1,700
  • 貴賓價: 9.5$1,615
  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 352
  • 裝訂: Hardcover
  • ISBN: 0132333058
  • ISBN-13: 9780132333054
  • 相關分類: 專案管理 PM
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Use CMMI to Improve Project Management Efficiency, Effectiveness, and Accountability

The Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Maturity Level 2 offers powerful, end-to-end tools for improvement throughout your organization. In Project Management Success with CMMI®, James Persse demonstrates exactly how to apply CMMI Level 2 to virtually any project, program, or process. User friendly, concise, and easy to follow, this book helps you implement all seven CMMI Level 2 process areas; customize CMMI for your unique projects and organization; and achieve powerful, quantifiable results.

The author takes a practical approach to the business and operational needs of project management, carefully linking the realities of business and technical projects with CMMI recommendations. Drawing on his unsurpassed CMMI field experience, Persse presents case studies, anecdotes, and examples—all designed to illuminate what works and what doesn’t.

Persse introduces the substance and intention of all seven CMMI Level 2 process areas. For each area, he shows how to define goals, implement best practices, understand issues of sizing and scope, and avoid pitfalls and misinterpretations. He is also the first to explain how CMMI can integrate with the tools and skills of the Project Management Institute’s Project Management Body of Knowledge, improving the effectiveness of both.

Coverage includes

  • Understanding project management as value management
  • Planning projects and structuring expectations
  • Monitoring and controlling projects
  • Managing requirements, configurations, and supplier agreements
  • Implementing effective measurement and analysis
  • Assuring process and product quality

Project Management Success with CMMI® is an invaluable resource for anyone responsible for managing projects, programs, or processes—including those who are new to CMMI and project management.

Table of Contents

Preface xv

Acknowledgments xix

About the Author xxi

Chapter 1: Introduction 1

Project Management as Value Management 4

Visible Management through Process 7

Chapter 2: Project Management Success through Process 13

The Capability Maturity Model—A Process Improvement Framework 14

CMMI-DEV for Process Improvement 17

CMMI-DEV Process Areas 23

Institutionalizing Process Areas with Generic Goals 38

Two Ways to Implement CMMI 41

CMMI and Project Management 49

Chapter 3: Project Planning 57

The Purpose of Project Planning 58

What Is a Plan? 61

Project Planning Goals and Practices 62

SG 1: Establish Estimates 63

SG 2: Develop a Project Plan 71

SG 3: Obtain Commitment to the Plan 85

The Benefits of Controlled Project Planning 92

Some Example Program Components 94

Look to the Web Site for 95

Chapter 4: Project Monitoring & Control 97

The Purpose of Project Monitoring & Control 98

The Heart of the Project 101

Project Monitoring & Control Goals and Practices 102

SG 1: Monitor Project Against Plan 103

SG 2: Manage Corrective Action to Closure 116

The Benefits of Project Monitoring & Control 121

Some Example Program Components 124

Look to the Web Site for 125

Chapter 5: Requirements Management 127

The Purpose of Requirements Management 128

Requirements Management Goals and Practices 134

SG 1: Manage Requirements 135

Some Other Ways to Achieve the Practices 152

The Benefits of Sound Requirements Management 153

Some Example Program Components 155

Look to the Web Site for 158

Chapter 6 : Configuration Management 159

The Purpose of Configuration Management 160

Configuration Management Goals and Practices 166

SG 1: Establish Baselines 167

SG 2: Track and Control Changes 177

SG 3: Establish Integrity 182

The Benefits of Sound Configuration Management 186

Some Example Program Components 188

Look to the Web Site for 192

Chapter 7: Supplier Agreement Management 193

The Purpose of Supplier Agreement Management 194

Supplier Agreement Management Goals and Practices 198

SG 1: Establish Supplier Agreements 199

SG 2: Satisfy Supplier Agreements 207

The Benefits of Supplier Agreement Management 217

Some Example Program Components 219

Look to the Web Site for 221

Chapter 8: Measurement & Analysis 223

The Purpose of Measurement & Analysis 224

Measurement & Analysis Goals and Practices 228

SG 1: Align Measurement & Analysis Activities 229

SG 2: Provide Measurement Results 237

The Benefits of Measurement & Analysis 239

Some Example Program Components 242

Look to the Web Site for 245

Chapter 9: Process & Product Quality Assurance 247

The Purpose of Process & Product Quality Assurance 248

Process & Product Quality Assurance Goals and Practices 253

SG 1: Objectively Evaluate Processes and Work Products 254

SG 2: Provide Objective Insight 261

Some Other Ways to Achieve the Practices 268

The Benefits of Process & Product Quality Assurance 270

Some Example Program Components 273

Look to the Web Site for 275

Chapter 10: Supporting Success with the Generic Goals 277

The Purpose of CMMI’s Generic Goals 278

Maturity Level 2 Generic Goals and Practices 281

GG 1: Achieve Specific Goals 283

The Benefits of the Generic Goals 290

Chapter 11: An Integrated Approach to Project

Management Success 293

Project Management Disciplines 294

CMMI without PMP (or CPM or MPM) 295

CMMI Maturity Level 2 and the PMBOK 297

Conclusion 303

Index 307