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    Building a Capability Maturity Model (CMM)

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    How do I build a sample CMM model that corresponds to the five CMM levels?
    How would you identify the maturity level and what steps are necessary to move to the next level for each level?
    What is the requirements for relevant quality standards and quality management?

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    How do I build a sample CMM model that corresponding to the five CMM levels?

    The Capability Maturity Model (CMM) is a methodology used to develop and refine an organization's software development process.
    The CMM defines five levels of software maturity for an organization and provides a makeup for moving from one level to the next. The CMM guides developers through activities intended to help an organization improve their software process with the goal of achieving repeatability, measurability and controllability. The CMM has gained extensive consistency in software concentrated industries. Adherence to the CMM and corresponding improvements in software quality has considerably lowered the cost of application development within large marketable companies. These saving have been primarily achieved by lowering the cost of rework. As defined by the CMM, process improvement addresses "key process areas." These are activities that influence various aspects of the development process and resultant software quality.

    How you would identify the maturity level and what steps are necessary to move to the next level for each level?

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