It is a big process.
But to get the CMM level certificate, ISO is the base.
To get the ISO certificate, first you have to define QMS for your organisation.
QMS - Quality Management System i.e, define process for all the department (like Development, HR, Admin ) in your organization.
Then it is management's call to contact to ISO people.
the link dosent have much information. can anyone please explain me in detail
My company is a medium sized organisation. our mamagement is planning to get cmm level4 directly. what are the steps and documents should be needed for an organisation to get cmm level4
[ QUOTE ] Nandhini: the link dosent have much information.
[/ QUOTE ]I'm surprised?? [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img] Did you get to this link? http://www.sei.cmu.edu/ I think they have more information than Evelyn Woods could read in a lifetime or two?? [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]
[ QUOTE ] Nandhini: our mamagement is planning to get cmm level4 directly.
[/ QUOTE ]It might then be best for management to contact the SEI initially. They can put management or you in touch with some certified assessors.
[ QUOTE ] Nandhini: what are the steps and documents should be needed for an organisation to get cmm level4
[/ QUOTE ]The SEI link provided above goes into extreme detail about this. I recommend getting acquainted with the information available there.
My company is preparing for our SCAMPI A for CMMI lvl 3 and I can tell you that it will require a huge investment of time and money. This is not something you are going to achieve by getting tips and ideas from a web forum.
CMMI certification is cumulative, ie you need to meet the requirements for levels 1-3 as well as level 4 to get your level 4 certification. I would recommend that you start by reading the information available from the SEI website on CMMI adoption. There is a lot of really good information here that can help you get started.