Measuring Process Capability versus Organizational Process Maturity

@inproceedings{Paulk2008MeasuringPC,
  title={Measuring Process Capability versus Organizational Process Maturity},
  author={Mark C. Paulk and Michael Konrad},
  year={2008}
}
The SEI’s Capability Maturity Model for Software has popularized the notion of measuring the software process maturity of organizations. ISO’s SPICE project is currently creating a set of international standards for software process management that harmonize existing approaches. One of the objectives is to create a way of measuring process capability, while not using a specific approach such as the SEI’s maturity levels. The approach selected is to measure the implementation and… CONTINUE READING

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