Alex Stall

CMMI Practice Leader, CMMI Institute



Alex Stall is the CMMI Practice Leader at the CMMI Institute, providing subject-matter expertise as well as training, consulting, and appraisal support for clients around the world. Alex also provides technical expertise to CMMI Institute’s SCAMPI Operations group, and is involved in product development and maintenance projects.

Alex is a certified High Maturity Lead Appraiser and CMMI Instructor. With over 30 years of experience, he has hands-on and consulting experience across the systems development, service, and acquisition life cycles. He has worked in both the public and private sectors. As a Process Improvement specialist, Alex leads efforts on process development, deployment, implementation, and appraisal. He currently works with numerous commercial and governmental organizations to add value by utilizing the CMMI either as a standalone framework or with variety of models and standards.

Track: CMMI On Board

Presentation Title: Leveraging COBIT 5 and CMMI

Presentation Summary: ISACA and CMMI have just released the COBIT 5/CMMI Practices Pathway Tool. The tool provides business IT practitioners with guidance on how to deliver additional value to stakeholders by strengthening process designs. Users will be able to utilize organizational resources more effectively, measure performance more accurately, and lower costs through stronger governance.

The COBIT 5/CMMI Practices Pathway Tool is bi-directional, allowing practitioners to connect individual practices or sets of practices from either COBIT 5 or CMMI and harmonize them with relevant practices from the other. You can search content by domain, process area, or practice.

This presentation will take you through understanding the structure of the tool, how it was built and what purpose it serves. The presenters will provide practical examples of using the tool and provide ample opportunity for questions and discussion.


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