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By Mary Beth Chrissis

Comprises representations--a staged illustration (where companies can upward thrust from one point to a different) and a continual illustration (where there are regular improvements). This booklet covers them either with functional examples.

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It also allows you to quickly use other information if you decide to change the representation or disciplines that you are using. In Part Two, markings in the margins indicate when model components are "Staged Only" (apply only when using the staged representation) or "Continuous Only" (apply only when using the continuous representation). To use one representation or the other in this book, locate the text in Part Two that is shaded and has margin notes. The model components that are unmarked apply when using either representation.

4. com to register . it. " Sometimes these labels are abbreviated, if the amount of space available makes it necessary. Components that are not marked apply to both representations. Components marked "Staged Only" apply only if you are using the staged representation. Components marked "Continuous Only" apply only if you are using the continuous representation. com to register it. Thanks Components marked "Continuous/Maturity Levels 3–5" apply if you are using the continuous representation OR if you are using the staged representation and are pursuing maturity levels 3, 4, or 5.

Com to register it. Thanks [ Team LiB ] Choosing a Representation If you are new to process improvement and are not familiar with either the staged or continuous representation, you cannot go wrong if you choose one representation or the other. There are many valid reasons to select either representation. If you have been using a CMM and you are familiar with a particular representation, we suggest that you continue to use that representation because it will make the transition to CMMI easier. Once you have become completely comfortable with CMMI, you might then decide to use the other representation.

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