Capability Maturity Model Integrated for Ship Design and Construction

Abstract : Project constraints are continuously growing in terms of time, cost, customer satisfaction, return on investment, quality. And also they are growing in terms of complexity, number of stakeholders, number of parameters to manage and number of interactions between these parameters. In this paper, we carry out literature study on capability maturity model integrated (CMMI) for Ship Design and Construction. The purpose is to understand, demonstrate and develop a structure for CMMI in Ship Design and Construction. Capability maturity models offer companies a simple but effective tool to organize, control and monitoring their processes. Emerged out of software engineering, the application fields have widened and maturity model research is becoming more important. So far, few limited studies exits on applicability of capability maturity models for Ship Design and Construction. The developed structure can be used as a structured matrix to assess the maturity levels of the company through measurable stages.  In addition, the structured matrix can be used to assess and improve individual companies involved in the ship design and construction process, for example a yard and assess various value chain configurations, i.e., alternative configurations of actors to be performing a planned ship design and construction project.
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Serena Caracchi, Pavan Sriram, Marco Semini, Jan Strandhagen. Capability Maturity Model Integrated for Ship Design and Construction. IFIP International Conference on Advances in Production Management Systems (APMS), Sep 2014, Ajaccio, France. pp.296-303, ⟨10.1007/978-3-662-44733-8_37⟩. ⟨hal-01387260⟩

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