SEPG North America 2011

March 21-24, 2011 | Portland, Oregon

SEI Training at SEPG

The SEI will be offering a training opportunity before the SEPG North America conference to provide you with the opportunity to combine training and event attendance in one trip.

This course will be offered at 10% discount from the regular course price.

New Course!Introduction to the CMMI Accelerated Improvement Method (AIM) | Learn More & Register

March 20, 2011

What You'll Learn:This course concentrates on the concepts and strategies underlying the SEI's new fast track Process Improvement method, AIM. AIM is a radical departure from the traditional methods of CMMI implementation, technology transition and organizational change.

Who Should Attend:This one-day introductory course is designed for CMMI experts, organizational leaders, process improvement champions, consultants, and advocates.

Tim Chick

Taught by expert SEI technical staff,Tim ChickSenior member of the technical staff at the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) where he works on the Team Software Process (TSP) initiative. In this role, Chick is responsible for defining, developing, and transitioning into practice high-performance software and systems engineering practices based on the principles and concepts in TSP and Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI). His work includes applied research, product and training development, education/training delivery, and consulting in the domains of software engineering and systems engineering process improvement.

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