Rene Jasso is a graduate student working towards his Master's in Systems Engineering and who will be graduating in December 2018 from the University of Texas at El Paso. He has a solid foundation in computer science with genuine interest in engineering to solve challenging problems. Rene works as a Systems Analyst for the healthcare industry, he contributes his technical skills and academic strengths to help improve patients’ health. He is a member of the Honor Society, the Society of Industrial and Systems Engineers and other Engineering organizations. He’s an enthusiastic scholar and always ready to solve new problems.
Conference Track: CMMI: One Size DOES Fit All
This session will address the need to communicate the new CMMI V2.0 to other process improvement communities and professionals from other disciplines and application domains, specifically systems engineers and the International Council in Systems Engineering (INCOSE). One approach is a mapping between the new CMMI V2.0 model and latest INCOSE Handbook V4, based on standard IS0/IEC/IEEE 15288: 2015. The mapping facilitates understanding of the scope of system engineering processes in the handbook. It identifies common areas and gaps between CMMI practices and Handbook process activities, and provides coverage percentages and analysis at the practice level, facilitating movement among other domains.