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Lean Six Sigma and IEEE Standards for Better Software Engineering

 


IEEE Computer Society Press authors Susan K. (Kathy) Land and John W. Walz discuss their latest book, Practical Support for Lean Six Sigma Software Process Definition: Using IEEE Software Engineering Standards. Drawing on examples from the Department of Defense, NASA, and even "cowboy" late-night video game programming, the authors argue that standards and processes need to be clearly established before you can improve them.
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