Four New Books Published in SEI Software Engineering Series

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May 9, 2011—The SEI announced that Addison-Wesley Professional has published four new books in the SEI Series in Software Engineering:

These books offer insights for those seeking to build their software process capabilities.

The three CMMI books reflect the changes made in CMMI Version 1.3, the latest iteration of CMMI. CMMI Version 1.3 contains updates that clarify high maturity practices and the role of architecture in product and service system development; provides strong links between organizational performance and business objectives; and makes it easy to adopt, use, and appraise the three models (Development, Acquisition, and Services) together or separately. Each of the CMMI books is the definitive resource for the model that it contains. The books contain essays and case studies from users, experts, and authors as well as updated hints, tips, and explanations from authors.

Leadership, Teamwork, and Trust: Building a Competitive Software Capability by Jim Over and the late Watts Humphrey is a sequel to Winning with Software, an influential guide for executives also written by Humphrey. The newest book presents new and copious data to reinforce Humphrey’s widely adopted methods for transforming knowledge work into a significant and sustainable competitive advantage, thereby realizing remarkable returns. Humphrey and Over address here the broader business community—executives and senior managers who must recognize that today, every business is a software business.

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