Executive Update

Agile vs. CMMI: Reasons Why the "vs." Is Sticking for the Time Being

Posted December 3, 2012 | Technology |

CMMI is the de facto standard for process improvement in the software development domain. This standard encourages a systematic approach to process improvement. On the other hand, agile software development fosters high customer collaboration, rapid feedback, and empowerment of the individual developer. Both approaches have already been proven to be compatible and synergistic.

About The Author
Santiago Matalonga
Santiago Matalonga is a researcher at Universidad ORT Uruguay. Dr. Matalonga has a PhD in software and systems from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. He has several publications in international conference proceedings and journals on the subject of the ROI of software process improvement. Dr. Matalonga was a member of the team that translated CMMI v1.3 to the Spanish language. Since 2010, he has been a graded researcher at the Uruguayan… Read More
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