Have you ever wondered what CMMI Users think about using the CMMI?
The results are in. The CMMI User Stories Report is now available!
“CMMI® User Stories: A study of perception in the market” explores the experiences that engineering and software professionals are having with the CMMI Model.
Commissioned by Broadsword Solutions Corporation, the study seeks to understand the perception of the CMMI through surveying CMMI users – adopters, stakeholders, sponsors, shareholders, and customers – and to report on the findings. Approximately seventy CMMI users shared their experiences with the CMMI and the benefits that their companies received as a result of implementing the Model and having an appraisal.
These are their stories.
What You’ll Find in the Book
- What do people really think about using the CMMI?
- What do people really want to know about the CMMI?
- What are the perceptions of CMMI adopters, stakeholders, sponsors, shareholders, and customers?
- What has been their experience?
“CMMI User Stories” aggregates input from CEOs, VPs, Directors, and Quality Assurance Managers from a wide variety of companies, large and small, who have adopted CMMI-DEV. The stories are taken from a diverse group of industries in North America, including aerospace, defense, finance, transportation, energy, and manufacturing.
Jeff Dalton — AUTHOR
A Process Innovation thought leader, agile evangelist, Certified SCAMPI Lead Appraiser, and CMMI Instructor, Jeff is Chairman of the Partner Advisory board and President of Broadsword Solutions Corporation, an organizational performance improvement company that uses Agile methods to implement CMMI-based solutions that improve software development and organizational processes. Jeff is a Certified Lead Appraiser and author of “AgileCMMI,” Broadsword’s leading methodology for incremental and iterative process improvement. He lives in Michigan with his family, is an instrument-rated pilot and experimental airplane builder, and participates philanthropically on the Interlochen Center for the Arts Corporate Council. In his spare time he blogs, tweets, and speaks his way to better software. He holds degrees in Music and Computer Science and builds experimental airplanes in his spare time. You can reach Jeff at via email.