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July 2008 - Technical Note Preview of the Mission Assurance Analysis Protocol (MAAP): Assessing Risk and Opportunity in Complex Environments

Topics: Acquisition Support, Cybersecurity Engineering

Authors: Christopher J. Alberts, Audrey J. Dorofee, Lisa Marino

In this 2008 document, the authors preview a core set of activities and outputs that define a MAAP assessment.

May 2008 - White Paper Strategic Technology Selection and Classification in Multimodel Environments

Topics: Process Improvement

Authors: Patrick Kirwan, Lisa Marino, John Morley, Jeannine Siviy

This white paper is the second in a five-part series dedicated to examining problems organizations encounter when operating in multimodel environments and the current process improvement approaches such organizations need to consider.

May 2008 - White Paper Implementation Challenges in a Multimodel Environment

Topics: Process Improvement

Authors: Patrick Kirwan, Lisa Marino, John Morley, Jeannine Siviy

This white paper is the fifth in a five-part series dedicated to examining problems organizations encounter when operating in multimodel environments and the current process improvement approaches such organizations need to consider.

March 2008 - White Paper The Value of Harmonizing Multiple Improvement Technologies: A Process Improvement Professional's View

Topics: Process Improvement

Authors: Patrick Kirwan, Lisa Marino, John Morley, Jeannine Siviy

This white paper is the first in a five-part series dedicated to examining problems organizations encounter when operating in multimodel environments and the current process improvement approaches such organizations need to consider.

March 2008 - White Paper Process Architecture in a Multimodel Environment

Topics: Process Improvement

Authors: Patrick Kirwan, Lisa Marino, John Morley, Jeannine Siviy

This white paper is the fourth in a five-part series dedicated to examining problems organizations encounter when operating in multimodel environments and the current process improvement approaches such organizations need to consider.

March 2008 - White Paper Improvement Technology Classification and Composition in Multimodel Environments

Topics: Process Improvement

Authors: Patrick Kirwan, Lisa Marino, John Morley, Jeannine Siviy

This paper is the third in a five-part series dedicated to examining problems organizations encounter when operating in multimodel environments and the current process improvement approaches such organizations need to consider.

March 2008 - White Paper Maximizing your Process Improvement ROI through Harmonization

Topics: Process Improvement

Authors: Jeannine Siviy, Patrick Kirwan, John Morley, Lisa Marino

This white paper is an executive overview of the business value in harmonizing process improvement efforts when multiple improvement technologies, models and standards are in use.

March 2008 - Technical Note Lessons Learned Applying the Mission Diagnostic

Topics: Acquisition Support

Authors: Audrey J. Dorofee, Lisa Marino, Christopher J. Alberts

This technical note describes the adaptation of the Mission Diagnostic (MD) necessary for a customer and the lessons we learned from its use.

March 2008 - Technical Report Mission Diagnostic Protocol, Version 1.0: A Risk-Based Approach for Assessing the Potential for Success

Topics: Acquisition Support

Authors: Christopher J. Alberts, Audrey J. Dorofee, Lisa Marino

This 2008 document describes the core set of activities and outputs that defines mission diagnostic protocol (MDP).

March 2007 - Technical Note Executive Overview of SEI MOSAIC: Managing for Success Using a Risk-Based Approach

Topics: Acquisition Support

Authors: Christopher J. Alberts, Audrey J. Dorofee, Lisa Marino

This 2007 report provides an overview of the concepts and foundations of MOSAIC, a suite of advanced, risk-based analysis methods for assessing complex, distributed programs, processes, and information-technology systems.