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CMMI for Development: Guidelines for Process Integration and Product Improvement, Third Edition by Mike Konrad, Mary Beth Chrissis, Sandra Shrum

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Chapter 4. Relationships Among Process Areas

In this chapter we describe the key relationships among process areas to help you see the organization’s view of process improvement and how process areas depend on the implementation of other process areas.

The relationships among multiple process areas, including the information and artifacts that flow from one process area to another—illustrated by the figures and descriptions in this chapter—help you to see a larger view of process implementation and improvement.

Successful process improvement initiatives must be driven by the business objectives of the organization. For example, a common business objective is to reduce the time it takes to get a product to market. The process improvement objective ...

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