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Is there a business process maturity model that measures budget capability, something that will help federal financial managers operationalize the maturity model concept and turn this theoretical exercise into something instructive that may help managers smooth CR variability?
The Business Process Maturity Model mentioned in the book guides the reader through different stages from immature, inconsistent business activities to mature, well-managed business processes.
The Business Process Maturity Model (BPMM): What, Why and How, Available from: http://www.
Business Process Maturity Model (BPMM) RFC A BPMM describes an evolutionary improvement path that guides organizations in moving from immature, inconsistent processes to mature, disciplined processes.
Having such a solid knowledge base married with proven process improvement methodologies such as Lean, Six Sigma and the forthcoming Business Process Maturity Model give us an outstanding leadership edge in the provision of this service.
include Service-Oriented Architecture, Government, Business Process Maturity Model, C4I, Data Distribution Service, Software Assurance and the UML Profile for DoDAF/MoDAF.
Their accomplishments include helping to develop CMM, as well as authoring the Practical Software Measurement (PSM) practices, the People CMM framework, the emerging Business Process Maturity Model (BPMM), and a number of books on process improvement best practices.