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CMMI Institute

Capability Counts 2019

30 April & 1 May, 2019

Reston, VA

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Dr. Ho-Won Jung, Professor

Korea University Business School

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About

Ho-Won Jung is a professor at Korea University Business School. He was a primary editor of ISO/IEC 33003 (Process Measurement Frameworks) and is a certified CMMI instructor and on the Software Quality Journal editorial board. He was a Visiting Scientist at the SEI, Carnegie Mellon University in 2002 and 2011, and a Visiting Professor at CHEO (Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario) in 2010 and at a big data platform developer (Emcien Co.) in 2015. His areas of interest include process assessment and improvements and big data analytics. He received his BS and MS in Industrial Engineering from Korea University and the KAIST, and his PhD in MIS from the University of Arizona.

SPEAKER PRESENTATION

AMM (Analytics Maturity Model) Based on DMM Model: Trials Experiences

Conference Track: Managing Your Data for Peak Performance

A recent study proposed an INFORMS Analytics Maturity Model (AMM) utilizing the best practices of CMMI Institute's Data Management Maturity (DMM) Model. This presentation provides trial appraisal experiences of the proposed model, including a brief explanation of the model practices, OU (Organization Units), AMM process area (PA) selections, appraisal results, and lessons learned. This session will also address graph-theoretic analytics of the DMM structure based on a PA relationship. The analytics results include calling and called PAs, centrality and closeness of PAs, and “IF THEN” rules of PA co-occurrences in "Related Process Areas”, which provided some implications for AMM PA selection in the trial appraisal.

AMM (Analytics Maturity Model) Based on DMM Model: Trials Experiences

Conference Track: Managing Your Data for Peak Performance

A recent study proposed an INFORMS Analytics Maturity Model (AMM) utilizing the best practices of CMMI Institute's Data Management Maturity (DMM) Model. This presentation provides trial appraisal experiences of the proposed model, including a brief explanation of the model practices, OU (Organization Units), AMM process area (PA) selections, appraisal results, and lessons learned. This session will also address graph-theoretic analytics of the DMM structure based on a PA relationship. The analytics results include calling and called PAs, centrality and closeness of PAs, and “IF THEN” rules of PA co-occurrences in "Related Process Areas”, which provided some implications for AMM PA selection in the trial appraisal.