This book is a framework for human capital management, providing proven tools for addressing strategic workforce and critical people issues.
Topics: Process Improvement
This report documents an update to the People CMM, Version 2, which updates informative material within the People CMM and its subpractices and provides new information learned from the continuing global use of the People CMM.
This 2005 report includes the draft interpretation guide used for four mini-appraisal pilots and the final enterprise-wide Class A appraisal at Tata Consultancy Services (TCS).
Topics: Acquisition Support
Social networks play a key role in the adoption and diffusion of software process improvement as a networked technology. This panel addressed actual examples of SPI networks and identified key characteristics of and roles in these emergent networks.
The People CMM employs the process maturity framework of the highly successful Capability Maturity Model for Software (SW-CMM) as a foundation for a model of best practices for managing and developing an organization's workforce.
Topics: People CMM
This 1998 document provides a high-level overview of the People Capability Maturity Model (CMM)-Based Assessment Method.
This document provides an overview of the P-CMM. The P-CMM and its key practices are fully described in the People Capability Maturity Model (CMU/SEI-95-MM-002, September 1995).
This document has been updated to a new version. If you want to see the newer document, refer to People Capability Maturity Model (P-CMM) Version 2.0 (CMU/SEI-2001-MM-001).
Authors: William E. Hefley
This 1994 report describes the accomplishments of a pilot hypermedia information service embodying the conceptual definition of a pilot information base developed by the SEI.
The handbook addresses the advantages and risks in adopting ADA. Significant emphasis has been placed on providing information and suggesting methods that will help program and project managers succeed in using ADA across a broad range of applications.
This report examines the extent to which the ADA adoption behavior of DoD contractors is influenced by their expectations of the technological opportunity provided by ADA.
Authors: William E. Hefley
This report documents the keynote and panel sessions from the 1988 Procurement Committee of the National Security Industrial Association.
This 1987 report documents discussions that address a software-oriented Blue Two Visit (BTV).
Topics: Performance and Dependability
This technical report provides an overview of the results produced in the first year of the ADA Embedded Systems Testbed Project (through September 30, 1987).