(10 Editable Slides)
(10 Editable Slides)
Maturity Model (Also known as Capability Maturity Model) is used as a framework for continuous improvement in performance and process. For this reason, your business presentation may often require you to include it. With our professionally built, ready-to-use PowerPoint template for this versatile model, your task will get easier. You will not just be saving a lot of time but will also be offering most impressive visuals to your audiences.
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About Maturity Model
Capability Maturity Model (CMM) is a process improvement methodology, which was basically meant for developing and refining the software development process of an organization. It was developed and promoted by Software Engineering Institute (SEI) under the sponsorship of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD).
Today, it is used across varied fields as a benchmark for deciding how good different organization pertaining to a particular industry is doing. According to this, maturity of any company can be defined on the basis of the projects that it is handling and the clients that it has.
It is used as a model to identify the Key Process Areas or KPAs through five specific levels of maturity as well as to work in each of these levels to sustain the maturity and postpone the fall. These five levels are often named as Goals, Commitment, Ability, Measurement and Verification. However, in IT parlance, the levels are described as: Initial, Repeatable, Defined, Managed, and Optimizing levels.