Successful Software Process Improvement by Robert B. Grady

Book Title Successful Software Process Improvement
Author Robert B. Grady
Edition 1st edition
ISBN-13 978-0136266235
Publisher Prentice Hall
URL Amazon Google
Course CS724 - Software Process Improvement
Instructor Dr. Ghulam Ahmad Farrukh

Provides common-sense, proven techniques and approaches that software managers and developers can use to deliver significant process improvements.This book organizes software process improvement into four proven stages: Plan, Do, Check, and Act. It then thoroughly reviews the steps that managers and developers can take in each stage. It shows how to assess current software processes more effectively, and plan and invest to make software development a core competency of your organization. It presents a thoughtful recommendations for making sure that management stays committed to process improvement for the long-haul. Finally, it describes specific techniques organizations can use to track, validate and place a value upon software process improvements.All software developers, project managers, process improvement managers, senior IT managers, and customers for custom software development.

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