Software Process Improvement


Organizations often confuse the Coach with other roles, and fail to use coaches well. Probably, software process improvement teams will perform better when their coaches do, just as sports teams with good coaches usually perform better than teams with poor coaches. It follows that organizations often can benefit from a better understanding of what their… (More)


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@inproceedings{COACHES1998SoftwarePI, title={Software Process Improvement}, author={WHY COACHES and Lewis Gray and Dennis G. Stephenson}, year={1998} }