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Some small-to-midsize businesses are considering CMMI-based process improvement simply because they've recognized its immense competitive value. Others are being driven toward CMMI by customers or partners. For both, CMMI can look dauntingly complex. Thankfully, there's a solution: CMMI Survival Guide: Just Enough Process Improvement.
Suzanne Garcia and Richard Turner scope out the process improvement "territory," helping managers objectively evaluate the business case and clearly assess what's involved in making it work. Next, they offer a streamlined process-improvement map designed specifically for smaller organizations (or larger organizations with very limited resources).
Garcia and Turner help you identify the specific CMMI tools resources you need to get rapid results, then take you deeper into the "how-tos": everything from developing infrastructure to defining and deploying optimized processes. You may be surprised -- maybe even amazed -- at how friendly and useful a process improvement book can be. Bill Camarda, from the December 2006 Read Only