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CMMI Institute

Capability Counts 2019

30 April & 1 May, 2019

Reston, VA

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Capability Challenge 2019

Congratulations to Radix, the 2019 Capability Challenge Winner!

   Caroline Rivera and Kirk Botula

 




















Caroline Rivera and Kirk Botula

Following excellent presentations on CMMI Success Stories from Caroline Rivera on behalf of Radix and Prasad Gundu on behalf of Cigniti, Capability Counts attendees and Capability Challenge judges cast their votes April 30. On May 1, Caroline Rivera joined the ranks of Ashwani Nandini, Prem Ranganath, and Michael Callihan as a Capability Challenge winner!  View animated summary videos on Prasad Gundu's and Caroline Rivera's presentations here, and thank you to all of our Challengers and voters!  Stay tuned for the Call for Participation for the 2020 Capability Challenge and check out previous Capability Challenge winners in the videos below! 

Capability Challenge

The Capability Challenge competition showcases thought leaders from around the world who are improving their business performance by building organizational capability.

In a series of entries, leaders share their unique stories on how building key capabilities at their organization has resulted in improved performance, quality, and/or profitability.


Past Capability Challenge Winners


2018 Capability Challenge WinnerAshwani Nandini: Predictable Measurement Framework (PMF) for Agile

Ashwani Nandini: Predictable Measurement Framework (PMF) for Agile

2017 Capability Challenge Winner Prem Ranganath: Driving a Culture of Quality

Prem Ranganath: Driving a Culture of Quality

2016 Capability Challenge Winner Michael Callihan: Building a More Powerful Business Through CMMI

Michael Callihan: Building a More Powerful Business Through CMMI