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CITIL - CMMI and ITIL Combo out of Germany?!?

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 06, 2008 3:33 am    Post subject: CITIL - CMMI and ITIL Combo out of Germany?!? Reply with quote

I came across this on the internet where wibas, a consulting company in Germany has developed a process that integrates ITIL with CMMI-DEV.

Their training material is of course proprietary so I don't have much to reference. I can say that they recognize early Requirements & Project Management work prior to submission to Change Management. Once a authorization is received from Change, it goes to Project Management & Development (CMMI-DEV). Development hands-off to Release Management.

To me it appears to make the CMMI-DEV subordinate to ITIL while highlighting its important components regarding development processes. But I'm not savvy enough regarding development practices to understand dangers.

Does anyone have experience in combining these methodologies and/or have an opinion on this?
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 10, 2008 6:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just took a peek on
Are you sure that the Change Management you've mentioned was the ITIL Change Management?
I think it was more about organizational change management, which addresses also mindset, culture, etc.

If otherwise, I would say that it should be ITIL which comes into CMMI, not the other way around. CMMI provides guidelines with the scope of business, while ITIL with the scope of service, and that was represented in the CITIL Map
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