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Reading Time: 1 minute A Process Reference Model describes for a certain application domain a set of processes. Each process is described by its purpose and the associated process outcomes (i.e. work products). Process Reference Models are always related to a Process Assessment Model.

Process Reference Model — What is it?

Process Reference Model

A Process Reference Model (PRM) describes for a certain application domain a set of processes. Each process is described by its purpose and the associated process outcomes (i.e. work products).

Process Reference Models are always related to a Process Assessment Model (PAM) which holds all details (so called indicators) to determine the maturity of the processes of the reference model.


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