Conference Proceedings


ANNUAL CMMI TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE AND USER GROUP

"Investigation, Measures, and Lessons Learned About the Relationship Between CMMI Process Capability and Project or Program Performance"

15 - 18 November 2010

Denver, CO

 

Agenda

 

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Keynote Speaker

CMMI® Implementation Strategies for Success Panel

CMMI® V1.3 Overview

BENEFITS OF CMMI®

Concurrent Sessions

TRACK 1 - CHASM CREEK - CMMI AND PROCESS IMPROVEMENT

  • 11314 - CMMI in the Social Media (For the Social Media-Challenged!), Mr. Bill Smith, Leading Edge Process Consultants, LLC
  • 11315 - What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Stronger: My Process Improvement Lessons Learned, Mr. Bill Smith, Leading Edge Process Consultants, LLC
  • 11318 - NASA's Use of the CMMI® for Software Engineering Improvement, Dr. John Kelly, NASA
  • 11297 - Applying Theory of Constraints Tools to Focus Lean Development, Mr. Tim Oltman, The Boeing Company

TRACK 2 - WINDSTAR - PRACTICAL GUIDANCE

TRACK 3 - MESA VERDE - PERFORMANCE RESULTS

  • 11307 - Process Performance Models for Hardware Engineers, Mr. Tom Fosness, Northrop Grumman Corporation
  • 11185 - Navigating the Waters of SCAMPI Reappraisal, Mr. Craig Hale, AVISTA, Inc. (Part 1, Part 2, Handout)
  • 10708 - Developing Process Performance Models and Baselines for a Quality Engineering Organization, Dr. Jeff Ricketts, Raytheon Company

TRACK 4 - HIGHLANDS - APPRAISALS

  • 11150 - A Real-Life Example of Appraising and Interpreting CMMI® - Services Maturity Level 2, Mr. Neil Potter, The Process Group
  • 11308 - Effectively Managing Process Compliance, Mr. Joseph Morin, Integrated System Diagnostics, Inc.
  • 11299 - Leaner SCAMPI Preparation, Mr. Gary Natwick, Harris Corporation
  • 11202 - PIID Strategies in a Changing Environment, Mr. Sam Fogle, ACE Guides, LLC

TRACK 5 - WIND RIVER - CMMI® V1.3

  • 11296 - CMMI® V1.3: The Rest of the Story: Changes at CL/ML 1-3, Dr. Mike Konrad, Software Engineering Institute

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Concurrent Sessions

TRACK 1 - CHASM CREEK- CMMI® AND PROCESS IMPROVEMENT

  • 11305 - Turning a Super Tanker: Process Improvement Change at NSA, Mr. Steven Tobin, Dynamics Research Corporation
  • 11182 - EPG - Pushing Past the Conflicts, Ms. Evelyn Livermore, ARA, Inc.
  • 11309 - Value Based Product Development, Mr. Phillip Hohn, ITT ES
  • 11204 - Managing CMMI Practice Implementation Across Diverse Distributed Environments in Small Organizations, Dr. Mary Anne Herndon, Transdyne Corporation
  • 11209 - CMMI Bottoms - Ups Assessment: A Grounded Analysis from the Perspective of Practicing Engineers in Defense Engineering, Dr. Bruce Beadell, General Dynamics
  • 11339 - Architecture for Enterprise Process Improvement, Ms. Joan Weszka, Lockheed Martin Corporation
  • 11221 - Improvement by the Numbers, Ms. Debra Perry, Harris Corporation
  • 11147 - Multi-Model Organizational Process Quality Assurance Program, Ms. Kristin Kingland Glowaski, Kingland Systems Corporation

TRACK 2 - WIND STAR - PRACTICAL GUIDANCE

  • 11161 - The Tailoring Dilemma, Mr. Alan Gellis, The Boeing Company
  • 11270 - Vertically Slicing the CMMI, Mr. David Dickinson, Northrop Grumman Corporation
  • 10969 - CMMI for Executives, NDIA CMMI Working Group
  • 11284 - Measurement Planning and Data Collection, Mr. William Golaz, Lockheed Martin Corporation
  • 11317 - Experience Report On A method To Predict Software Quality Early in the Software Development Lifecycle and Produce Secure Software, Mr. Girish Seshargiri, AIS
  • 11331 - A CMMI Compliant Project Plan ( In Less Than 10 Pages), Mr. Ferol Lewis, Northrop Grumman Corporation
  • 10723 - Using CMMI to Integrate and Improve the Enterprise, Mr. Phillip Wah, Jr., The Boeing Company
  • 10779 - CMMI - The Way It Should Be, Mr. Bradley Bittorf, Raytheon Missile Systems

TRACK 3 - MESA VERDE - PERFORMANCE RESULTS

  • 10778 - High Maturity Heresy - Doing Level 5 before Level 4 without "Data", Mr. Tom Lienhard, Raytheon Company
  • 10791 - Why CMMI Maturity Level 5?, Mr. Michael Campo, Raytheon Company
  • 10793 - Horizontal Segmentation of Process Performance Model, Mr. Michael Campo, Raytheon Company
  • 10968 - CMMI For Executives, NDIA CMMI Working Group
  • 11316 - Experience Report: Lean Implementation of Organizational Process Focus (OPF) and Risk Management (RSKM) CMMI Process Areas in Agile Environment, Mr. Ahmed Mahdy, Raya Software
  • 10699 - Improving Performance Through Process Improvement, Mr. Michael West, Natural SPI, Inc.
  • 11272 - Get It Sold, Keep It Sold: Making the Business Case for High Maturity, Dr. Richard Welch, Northrop Grumman Corporation
  • 11290 - Benefits and Performance Improvements with CMMI - How to Increase Your Project Data Usability, Mr. Kobi Vider, K.V.P Counsulting

TRACK 4 - HIGHLANDS - APPRAISALS

  • 11153 - Appraisals and CMMI Gotchas- Lessons in CMMI Use and Appraisal Preparations, Mr. Neil Potter, The Process Group
  • 11192 - Disruptive Appraisals Prohibited, Ms. Kelly Lanier, Raytheon Company
  • 11265 - In Search of Higher Quality at Lower Costs, Ms. Margaret Corr, General Dynamics
  • 11321 - Use of a Standard Approach - Lessons Learned in Identifying Objective Evidence for the PIID, Ms. Pamela Hudson, Lockheed Martin Corporation

TRACK 4 - HIGHLANDS - ACQUISITIONS

  • 10550 - Leveraging Capability Maturity Model Integration for Acquisition (CMMI-ACQ) Processes to Improve Organizational Workforce and System Acquisition Performance, Dr. Kenneth Nidiffer, Software Engineering Instititute
  • 11293 - Using the SEI Models and Practices to Assure the System Lifecycle Deliverables Quality and Compatibility, Mr. Kobi Vider, K.V.P Consulting
  • 11328 - Systems Asssurance, The Global Supply Chain, and Efforts To Increase Communication Between Acquisition and Development, Ms. Michele Moss, Booz Allen Hamilton

TRACK 5 - WIND RIVER - CMMI® V1.3

  • 11364 - CMMI - DEV V1.3 Pilot - Good, Bad & Ugly, Mr. Jackie Lawrence, ISD, Inc
  • 11329 - Tips and Hints for CMMI V1.3, Ms. Mary Beth Chrissis, Software Engineering Institute
  • 10930 - CMMI Version 1.3 High Maturity Panel - We Thought but Now We Know, Ms. Mary Lynn Penn, Lockheed Martin Corporation
  • 10986 - Pilot for CMMI Dev V1.3 High Maturity Process Areas, Ms. Doma Witkowski, Lockheed Martin Corporation
  • 10714 - CMMI and Micro Focus' AVP - A Dynamic Duo in Optimizing IT Business Value!, Mr. Pete Dupre', MicroFocus
  • 11211 - The Perils of Agile, but…, Ms. Dorothy Acton, Lockheed Martin Corporation

TRACK 5 - WIND RIVER - CMMI® AND AGILE/LEAN

  • 11152 - Comparing Scrum and CMMI How Can They Work Together?, Mr. Neil Potter, The Process Group
  • 11166 - Practical Report: CMMI Requirements Development and Management in an Agile Environment, Mr. Ahmed Mahdy, Raya Corporation

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Concurrent Sessions

TRACK 1 - CHASM CREEK- CMMI® AND PROCESS IMPROVEMENT

  • 10987 - Applying CMMI - SVC to Process Management, Ms. Doma Witkowski, Lockheed Martin Corporation
  • 11141 - Improving Operational Resilence Processes, Mr. Richard Barbour, Software Engineering Institute
  • 10701 - Making Process Deployment and Monitoring Work, Ms. Susan Byrnes, Natural SPI, Inc
  • 11319 - Proactive Process Deployment is Key to Institutionalization, Ms. Pamela Hudson, Lockheed Martin Corporation

TRACK 2 - WIND STAR - PRACTICAL GUIDANCE

  • 11285 - Deployment of Measurement and Analysis at a large Multisite company, Mr. William Golaz, Lockheed Martin Corporation
  • 11273 - Divide and Conquer - Marshaling the "Masses" to Tackle CMMI, Mr. Robert Tuthill, Northrop Grumman Corporation

TRACK 3 - MESA VERDE - PERFORMANCE RESULTS

  • 11292 - The Issue of Performance - Why Do You Need A Maturity Level 5, Mr. Kobi Vider, K.V. P Consulting
  • 11310 - Performance Effects of Measurement and Analysis, Dr. Dennis Goldenson, Software Engineering Institute
  • 11177 - Connecting the Dots: QPM, OPP, CAR and OID, Ms. Diane Mizukami-Williams Northrop Grumman Corporation

TRACK 4 - HIGHLANDS - ACQUISITIONS

  • 10942 - How Can I Establish A Process Architecture and Use It Effectively?, Dr. Gary Palosaari, The Boeing Company
  • How MBE can support Requirements Development and Technical Solution, Mr. Frank Salvatore, High Performance Technologies, Inc
  • 11165 - A Streamlined Approach to SW Estimating Using Cocomo II, Mr. John Rossi, Rockwell Collins
  • 10599 - Systems Engineering Processes Improvement Using the CMMI in Large System of Systems Space Programs, Ms. SaritAssaraf, Israel Aerospace Industries

TRACK 5 - WIND RIVER - CMMI® AND AGILE/LEAN

  • 11213 - Using the Agile Methodology to Mitigate the Risks of Highly Adaptive Projects, Ms. Dana Roberson, Transdyne Corporation
  • 11323 - Lean Development - Influencing the Organization, Mr. Carl Gaul, The Boeing Company
  • 11324 - Lean Development - Selecting the Right Tools for Maximum Success, Mr. Carl Gaul, The Boeing Company