The Subject Matter of Process Improvement: A Topic and Reference Source for Software Engineering Educators and Trainers

@inproceedings{Ibrahim1995TheSM,
  title={The Subject Matter of Process Improvement: A Topic and Reference Source for Software Engineering Educators and Trainers},
  author={Rosalind L. Ibrahim and Iraj Hirmanpour},
  year={1995}
}
Abstract : This report provides a high-level topical overview of what can be taught or learned about process improvement. The subject matter is presented within a general framework of six major topic areas, which are described and divided into annotated subtopics. The relationships and application of the subject areas are explained in the context of process improvement activities. Topic areas range from process and process improvement concepts to tools, techniques, teamwork, and interpersonal… CONTINUE READING

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