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GQM (Goal-Question-Metric) CMM sometimes criticized for emphasizing repeatability over improving productivity. GQM strong in defining metrics appropriate to business goals and nature of the process. DMAIC (Define-Measure-Analyze-Improve-Control)

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complementing each other gqm dmaic
GQM

(Goal-Question-Metric)

CMM sometimes criticized for emphasizing repeatability over improving productivity.

GQM strong in defining metrics appropriate to business goals and nature of the process.

DMAIC

(Define-Measure-Analyze-Improve-Control)

Six Sigma sometimes criticized as inappropriate for processes characterized by knowledge efforts.

DMAIC strong in focus on continuous iterative process improvement.

Complementing Each Other: GQM & DMAIC

Repository Mining and Six Sigma for Process Improvement

cmm 6 process improvement cycle
CMM+6σ Process Improvement Cycle

Repository Mining and Six Sigma for Process Improvement

areas of concern
Areas of Concern
  • Architecture
    • Design weaknesses
    • General or for new demands
  • Bottlenecks
    • Areas for focused attention
  • Causal Connections
    • System view of process
    • Root cause analysis

Repository Mining and Six Sigma for Process Improvement

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