The Value of Harmonizing Multiple Improvement Technologies: A Process Improvement Professional’s View
Following are the references used in this article. Additional reading materials are listed in the "References" and the "Additional Resources" appendixes of CMMI & Six Sigma: Partners in Process Improvement. This listing includes both model-specific references (for CMMI and Six Sigma, as well as other combinations) and multimodel references.
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[Carmody and Maher 07] Christian Carmody and John Maher. "One Size Fits All: Integrating SOX, CMMI, and ITIL for Enterprise-Wide Process Improvement." SEPG Conference, 2007.
[Hefner and Caccavo 03] Rick Hefner and Dean Caccavo. "CMMI Benefits at Northrop Grumman Mission Systems." SEPG Conference, 2003.
[Hefner and Sturgeon 02] Rick Hefner and Michael Sturgeon. "Optimize Your Solution: Integrating Six Sigma and CMM/CMMI-Based Process Improvement." Software Technology Conference, 2002.
[Siviy 07] Jeannine M. Siviy, M. Lynn Penn, and Robert W. Stoddard. CMMI & Six Sigma: Partners in Process Improvement, Addison-Wesley, 2007.
[Srivastava 06] Nidhi Srivastava. "Harvesting CMMI Benefits—The Six Sigma Sickle." SEPG Conference, 2006.
[Subramanyam et al. 04] V. Subramanyam, Sambuddha Deb, Priya Krishnaswamy, and Rituparna Ghosh. An Integrated Approach to Software Process Improvement at Wipro Technologies: veloci-Q, CMU/SEI-2004-TR-006, ADA421628. Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, 2004.