CMMI Institute

Capability Counts 2018

Speaker Profile

Kileen Harrison, Senior Engineer, CMMI Products & Services

CMMI Institute

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Kileen Harrison is a Senior Engineer of CMMI Products and Services with the CMMI Institute.  She has a Master’s of Business Administration from Johns Hopkins University and over 23 years of experience in the industry. Throughout her career, Kileen has played key roles in the development, documentation, maintenance, and deployment of process, to enable projects and organizations to achieve their process improvement goals. Her experience includes working with both internal and external clients. She is a certified Lead Appraiser and CMMI instructor.  She is a trained Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, ITIL Foundation Certified and a Certified ScrumMaster.


Overview of CMMI-DEV V2.0 and Navigating the New Model

Conference Track: CMMI V2.0: Driving Performance Through Capability

This presentation will be a hands-on walk-through of the CMMI V2.0 model viewer tool in various contexts and roles. It will also be used as an interactive session to get real-time feedback about the tool, user interface, usability, user experience, etc. Finally, this session will include an overview of future plans, features, and requests/discussion for inputs from the audience for improving the viewer for future releases. The session will cover:

  • An overview of the design and basic navigation of the model online viewer
  • The selection and usage of model views
  • Agile w/Scrum + other context-specific information
  • Interface and User Experience features and feedback

Transitioning from CMMI V1.3 to CMMI V2.0

Conference Track: CMMI V2.0: Driving Performance Through Capability

This presentation will include a walkthrough of adoption and transition guidance. Topics include:

  • Benefits of CMMI to the organization
  • Establishment of performance improvement objectives aligned to your organizational objectives
  • Leveraging CMMI to address capability and performance improvements through:
    • Doing
    • Managing
    • Enabling
    • Improving