High Maturity organizations use statistical methods and quantitative data to understand risk and predict outcomes based on past performance.
As a result of high maturity practices, these organizations consistently perform beyond their competitors.
What I will learn in this course?
- Describes the characteristics of high maturity and provides detailed explanations of the concepts and practices at maturity levels 4 and 5.
- Provides examples of how statistical methods and tools can be applied to assist in the proper implementation of high maturity practices.
- Learn about and how to use process-performance baselines, process-performance models, control charts, and other techniques.
- Understand how CMMI and Six Sigma relate and can work together.
Who should take this course?
- CMMI Practitioners
- Prospective High Maturity Appraisal Team Members
What do I need for this course?
- Complete a formal offering of the current Introduction to CMMI Development or Introduction to CMMI for Services or the Fundamentals of CMMI elearning course.
- If the Introduction to CMMI course that you attended was based on CMMI Version 1.1 or 1.2, you must successfully complete the Fundamentals of CMMI elearning course
- Obtain experience with using CMMI models (e.g., serving on an Engineering Process Group, mapping CMMI to the organization's processes, serving as a member of an appraisal team, etc.).
- Be able to read, write, and speak English. If you are a non-native English speaker, we strongly recommend that you provide your TOEFL score as demonstration of this prerequisite.
What do I get from this course?
- A certificate of completion
- Completed a prerequisite requirement to become a High Maturity Lead Appraiser