This 1999 report describes a collaborative effort to develop a more systematic and detailed approach to SPI through use and evaluation of prototype versions of the PCM and guidebook.
This 1998 report describes the experience of building and evaluating a prototype transition package for organizations implementing processes in support of the Requirements Management key process area of the SEI's Capability Maturity Model for Software.
This 1997 report summarizes the findings and presents the raw data from the Introducing Requirements Management into Organizations workshop, hosted by the SEI in November 1996.
This report describes what one team did to successfully install a software testing process in an organization.
This case study reports on efforts to introduce a software technology, rate monotonic analysis, into several software-intensive programs at one site within a multinational firm.
This case study reports on efforts to transform rate monotonic scheduling theory into a practical analytical technique and to transition that technique into routine practice among developers and maintainers of software embedded in real-time systems.
This report presents a conceptual framework that integrates and describes the intersections of three lifecycles of software technology transition: research and development, new product development, and adoption and implementation in organizations.
This 1990 document offers guidance on how to establish a software engineering process group (SEPG) and related software engineering process improvement functions.
This report documents the results of two sessions of the Workshop on Executive Software Issues, held at the Software Engineering Institute on 2-3 August and 18 November 1988.