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Wolfhart B. Goethert
September 2004 - Technical Note Applications of the Indicator Template for Measurement and Analysis

Topics: Measurement and Analysis, Process Improvement

Authors: Wolfhart B. Goethert, Jeannine Siviy

This report presents guidance for adapting and completing an indicator template--an SEI-developed tool to describe an indicator's construction, interpretation, and how it can be best utilized.

January 2004 - Presentation An Acquirer's Guide to Navigating Contractor Data

Topics: Acquisition Support

Authors: Robert Ferguson, Wolfhart B. Goethert, Jeannine Siviy

An Acquirer's Guide to Navigating Contractor Data was delivered by Robert Ferguson, Wolfhart B. Goethert, and Jeannine Siviy of the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) in January 2004.

January 2004 - Presentation Guidelines for Acquisition Planning (January 2004)

Topics: Acquisition Support

Authors: Wolfhart B. Goethert, Edwin J. Morris

This 2004 presentation on Guidelines for Acquisition Planning was delivered by Cecilia A. Albert and three others of the Software Engineering Institute (SEI).

October 2003 - Technical Note Deriving Enterprise-Based Measures Using the Balanced Scorecard and Goal-Driven Measurement Techniques

Topics: Measurement and Analysis, Process Improvement

Authors: Wolfhart B. Goethert, Matt Fisher

This 2003 report describes the application of the balanced scorecard and goal-driven measurement methodologies to ways to measure an organization's health and performance.

January 2003 - Presentation Developing Enterprise-wide Measures for Tracking Acquisition Performance

Topics: Acquisition Support

Authors: Wolfhart B. Goethert, David Zubrow

This presentation was delivered in January 2003.

February 2002 - Presentation Measuring Acquisition Processes

Topics: Process Improvement, Acquisition Support

Authors: Matt Fisher, Wolfhart B. Goethert

This presentation on measuring acquisition processes was delivered by Matt Fisher and Wolfhart B. Goethert of the Software Engineering Institute in February 2002.

November 2001 - Technical Note Experiences in Implementing Measurement Programs

Topics: Measurement and Analysis

Authors: Wolfhart B. Goethert, Will Hayes

This 2001 report describes lessons learned at several organizations that have implemented measurement programs using the Goal-Driven Software Measurement methodology.

April 2001 - Technical Note Developing a Product Line Acquisition Strategy for a DoD Organization: A Case Study

Topics: Acquisition Support, Software Product Lines

Authors: John K. Bergey, Wolfhart B. Goethert

This 2001 report describes the approach a DoD organization used to develop alternative acquisition strategies and analyzes the pros and cons of each.

May 1994 - Special Report Software Cost and Schedule Estimating: A Process Improvement Initiative

Authors: Robert E. Park, Wolfhart B. Goethert, J. Todd Webb

This 1994 report describes efforts that have been initiated by the SEI to improve the practice of software cost and schedule estimating.

September 1992 - Technical Report Software Measurement for DoD Systems: Recommendations for Initial Core Measures

Authors: Anita Carleton, Robert E. Park, Elizabeth K. Bailey, Wolfhart B. Goethert, William A. Florac, ShariLawrencePfleeger

This 1992 report presents recommendations for a basic set of software measures that Department of Defense (DoD) organizations can use to help plan and manage the acquisition, development, and support of software systems.

September 1992 - Technical Report Software Effort and Schedule Measurement: A Framework for Counting Staff-Hours and Reporting Schedule Information

Authors: Wolfhart B. Goethert, Elizabeth K. Bailey, Mary B. Busby

This 1992 report contains guidance for constructing and communicating clear definitions for important measures that can help us plan, manage, and improve our software projects and processes.