A Capability Maturity Model for Research Data Management
CMM for RDM » 0. Introduction » 0.3 Research Data Management Maturity Levels
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33 33 Level 4 in the original CMM means the processes have quantitative quality goals for the products and processes. The processes are instrumented and data are systematically collected and analyzed to evaluate the processes.
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35 +For the level 3 capability maturity to reach level 4, the quantitatively managed RDM processes, institutions and projects will "establish quantitative objectives for quality and process performance and use them as criteria in managing processes" (CMMI Product Team, 2006).
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35 35 == 0.3.5 Level 5: Optimizing ==
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37 37 Level 5, Optimizing, means that the organization is focused on improving the processes: weaknesses are identified and defects are addressed proactively. Processes introduced at these levels of maturity address generic techniques for process improvement.

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