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Legittimate of CMMI certifications

Legittimate of CMMI certifications

Legittimate of CMMI certifications

I have a question related to legitimate CMMI certifications.

Brief history about me. I work as Configuration Manager and I am often called to design and set compliances in banking industry.

I believe that CMMI is a scum, as well as other certification, because they are made just made to show off. I truly believe that CMMI body never check the <real> process. I believe they see only on paper ... nothing more.

I want call the legittimate both of the complayances and certifications.

My question is: How on earth several low level companies, up to 10 employees, have CMMI 5 certification and some Big Financial do not? Something is fishy here

RE: Legittimate of CMMI certifications

It's easier to get everyone on the same process and philosophy when you have a small company. With fewer people, there are less chances for mistakes, less chances that a rogue employee will ruin your certification, etc.  

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