Zino, it’s so good to interact with smart people like you and your executives who are passionate about continuing to learn. As you’ve probably noticed, we are literally ALL OVER the popular social media and Web sites – Blogger, Twitter, Amazon, Youtube, etc. – and everywhere we go, we provide a wealth of FREE information about CMMI, engineering strategy and organizational performance innovation that can help you improve the speed of software delivery, reduce defects, eliminate rework and make your projects more predictable and manageable.
So you are wondering if there is one place to go where you can find it all. Well, check THIS out!
|Broadsword’s new “Performance Innovation” newspaper is news you can use |
to get better at what you are ALREADY doing.
“Performance Innovation” from Broadsword is your one-stop shop for all the information you can handle about changing behaviors and transforming your company culture so you can build better software and run better projects. It aggregates the strategies, stories, announcements and invitations we post in other places, such as on this blog. All in one central location.
Now, there are times when you will want greater depth on these topics. That's when you'll want to go to the individual source sites from which the newspaper is pulling information. For example:
CMMI-TV – If you are looking for short, informative video clips about Agile, CMMI and performance innovation, we invite you to subscribe to our CMMI-TV channel.
CMMI eBooks – Like to get longer form CMMI info delivered right to your favorite reading device? Check out the highly useful and always entertaining eBooks we’ve written about CMMI.
@CMMIAppraiser on Twitter – For daily tips and offers on CMMI, engineering performance and software process improvement, follow us on Twitter.
Broadsword Client User Group on LinkedIn – Interested in joining a community of like-minded engineering and software professionals for discussion and CMMI info? Join our group on LinkedIn.
www.broadswordsolutions.com – For your all-around information source about CMMI, performance innovation and process improvement planning, join us on the Broadsword website.
You can also find us on Facebook, Google-Plus and Tumblr, as well as in the traditional media (like the Cutter IT Journal) and in person at seminars, conferences and CMMI Training classes all around the world – but this should give you and your executives a good start.
Like this blog? Forward to your nearest engineering or software exec!
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.
Visit www.broadswordsolutions.com for more information about running a successful CMMI and performance improvement program.