In last month's column I introduced the concept of the systems engineering capability maturity model (CMM) and illustrated the value that this model can provide to an enterprise. In this installment I will explain the key CMM concepts and walk through each of the six CMM levels.
There are five key CMM concepts: consistent, repeatable, transferable, quantitative and qualitative. As I discuss these vital concepts I will use the IT task of project planning for illustrative purposes.
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