Building and Sustaining High-maturity (k )
About This Book
In this wonderful book, Raghav Nandyal, one of the world's leading experts on process improvement, provides an informative and at times inspiring excursion into the life of true high-maturity organizations. One ofthe most valuable aspects of this book is Raghav's foray into measurement and statistics. ..."---Dr. Bill Curtis, SVP and Chief Scientist, CAST "...Following the recommendations in this book will go a long way in reducing cycle time for implementing high-process maturity practices. It will streamlineorganizational thinking by getting organizations to do the right things right the first time..." ---Thillai Raj T. Ramanathan, Chief Technology Officer, MIMOS Berhad Is it worthwhile to pursue institutionalization of high-process maturity practices? Is it feasible to conduct statistical analysis of software process data when such data is driven byindividual and team capabilities? How much of statistical analysis of software measures is required to demonstrate high-process maturity? What is the Bruce Lee effect? This book answers such questions and many more. Institutionalizing a high-maturity process is important, but sustaining it is impossible if the focus is only on process improvement. There are more human factors than process factors, for building and sustaining high-maturity software organizations. For most high-maturity software organizations, defining and improving the process is the easy part; sustaining it is the more difficult aspect.
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