Yes, with a proper adoption of CMMI, the framework can help you tremendously. If you’ll think of CMMI as more of a behavioral improvement model than a process improvement approach, you can start to ask the right questions and have the conversations that can lead to changing the behaviors that got you stuck in the swamp in the first place.
It’s really not too difficult to have these conversations, Charles. All it takes is a strong desire to improve on what you’re already doing. From that point, you simply decide to adopt a flexible, agile approach to the CMMI, that fits within your company’s particular situation, and start elevating your performance, organization-wide.
Easier said than done? Perhaps. Because we are so passionate about seeing this transition happen for our clients, we’ve recently expanded our healthcare capability by adding Darian Poinsetta to our team, as Senior Consultant. Darian possesses an extremely useful gift for designing and deploying solutions to drive business value, and has a passion for helping Broadsword’s clients reach their goals with CMMI.
Please join me in welcoming Darian Poinsetta to the company, and wishing him great success!
Darian brings more than 24 years of experience delivering multi-scale programs in the healthcare industry, from concept through execution. As a Project Management Professional (PMP), Poinsetta is skilled at designing and deploying solutions to drive business value. His experience includes project management, program management, business process improvement, benefit realization and solutions design. His broad background, which includes management consulting in the technology and federal government sectors as well as healthcare, expands the capability of the Broadsword team. Prior to joining Broadsword, Poinsetta was the VP, Program Management Operations at The Olofson Group.
Read the full press release here: Broadsword Expands Healthcare Capability with the Addition of Darian Poinsetta as Senior Consultant
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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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