The interview on the SPaMCAST 68 is with Neil Potter. Neil
and I talked of CMMI, process improvement and how change
programs fit into economic environment we find ourselves in today
and will again someday in the future. The interview was a
wide ranging discussion of process improvement.
Neil Potter has been working in software design, engineering and
process management since 1985. In 1988 Neil was an SEPG manager in
a TI software development group, spanning USA, India and England.
He has a B.Sc. in Computer Science from the University of Essex in
England and Six Sigma Greenbelt certification from the University
of Michigan. Neil is also a Certified Scrum Master (certified by
Mike Cohn). Neil is also a certified CMMI High Maturity lead
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The essay is a continuation of my essay titled "Traceability: A
Radical Approach Based on User Involvement". Part three
discusses the nine components of customer involvement which will be
assessed in the model. I am catching up to cleaning up the
blog and posting the essay, I had a problem with my email system
that required my full attention.
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The interview in show 69 is with Kevin Brennan of the International
Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA). We talked about
business analysis and the role of business analysts in the
CMMI. The interview was incredible.