Self-described “software architecture nut” Jeff Dalton explores the fact that process has an architecture. At the highest level of the architecture are the values of the company, which trickle down. For example, if our values are agile values, they will trickle down to the methods we use to do our work, methods being the second tier. Techniques are the third tier – and all three tiers all go together.
This episode of CMMI-TV is taken from Jeff Dalton’s recent presentation at NY-SPIN. At www.broadswordsolutions.com/resources, you’ll find more strategies, tactics, tips and take-aways about using CMMI as a tool that can help transform your company culture and put you on the path to greatness.
Jeff Dalton is a Certified SCAMPI CMMI Lead Appraiser, CMMI Instructor, Scrum Master, Software Process Improvement Consultant, and author that is a recognized expert in using the Capability Maturity Model Integration and Agile methods to help improve the performance of software development organizations.
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