In this time of joy and reflection, this CMMI Appraiser is grateful for those who see our blog as a source of ideas for practical, agile, incremental ways to make their companies better, using the CMMI as one of the tools that can help. We welcomed our 100,000th visitor to the blog this year, and feel privileged to be traveling the “path to greatness” with you.
To show our appreciation, we have a few things for you.
First, a gift. Please accept a FREE copy of our holiday classic, “CMMI for Executives: The 12 Days of CMMI”. This eBook takes you, as the leader of your organization, on a twelve-day celebration designed to show you the good times of CMMI, so you can help your organization be a great organization by adopting one Generic Practice (GP) per day.
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Second, a gift idea. To help with your last-minute holiday shopping, we invite you to download a copy of our new book, “How to Spell CMMI” (shown above), on sale just for you on Amazon for just 99 cents. This introduction to the CMMI helps executives, engineers, and business professionals learn how to think about applying the CMMI to solve their most pressing business challenges. It just may be the perfect present for anyone who has been tasked with learning about the CMMI.
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The holidays are a wonderful time of year for parties and exchanging gifts. But every day is a holiday when you see the CMMI as we see it - as an ongoing celebration, a model for being joyful in the quest for becoming a great company.
So click and download the FREE eBook for yourself, and click to purchase the Amazon book for that special engineering or software professional on your list.
Have a happy CMMI!
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Jeff Dalton is a Certified SCAMPI Lead Appraiser, Certified CMMI Instructor, author, and consultant with years of real-world experience with the CMMI in all types of organizations. Jeff has taught thousands of students in CMMI trainings and has received an aggregate satisfaction score of 4.97 out of 5 from his students.
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