Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Need to Know Everything about CMMI's PPQA?

Dear Readers,

People often ask me, "Hey CMMI Appraiser, why are you so fired up about CMMI?"  Well, what do you expect?  It's hard to keep cool 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 if you share my passion for getting better at what you are ALREADY doing, please accept this invitation to join us as we dig into one of the Model’s most useful and least-explored process areas: Process and Product Quality Assurance (PPQA).

Yes, indeed! It’s time for “Everything You Need to Know: PPQA!”  The webinar, hosted by Broadsword, and presented by Cathy Henderson, premiers Thursday at noon Eastern. Click HERE to register.

The big question this webinar tackles: How do we transform our quality program into something that actually helps the company improve?

Too often, companies focus on tracking incidences of non-compliance, only to find that everyone fears the audit process (sometimes, even the auditor fears it!) and they aren’t getting any better. A more effective strategy is to emphasize quality over compliance. Establish a structure for collecting data that can help you align your processes with the engineers who are using them, driving quality by providing a direct feed of the QA information collected into process improvement activities. “Everything You Need to Know: PPQA!” shows the way.

Space is limited ... sign up now!

Register for the FREE Webinar.

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Jeff Dalton is a Certified SCAMPI Lead Appraiser, Certified CMMI Instructor, ScrumMaster, author, and consultant with years of real-world experience with the CMMI in all types of organizations. Jeff pioneered agileCMMI, the leading methodology for incremental and iterative process improvement. He 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 engineering strategy, performance innovation, software process improvement and running a successful CMMI program.

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