Six Sigma and CMMI Collection
CMMI is used to create an organizational process infrastructure by addressing particular domains, such as software and systems engineering. Six Sigma is a top-down initiative that cuts across the entire enterprise, including areas such as engineering, sales, marketing, and research.
Six Sigma is intended to be implemented with a focus on problems and opportunities, often with narrow scopes, that will yield significant business benefits. It focuses on the performance of processes and practices as implemented rather than checking for compliance against a definition or model. While these two improvement initiatives are different by design, they are interdependent in their use.
The documents listed below provide guidance and examples for the joint use of Six Sigma and CMMI, or relate to high maturity modthod and process performance models.
Six Sigma / CMMI Courses
SEMA has developed the following courses to help you better design products and process and improve your process performance.
Software Design-for-Six Sigma (SDFSS) and SEI Technologies Meet!
This presentation was delivered at the 2007 European Conference, held from June 11-14, 2007.Learn More
Achieving Success via Multi-Model Process Improvement: SEPG 2007
This presentation provides information on multi-model process improvement.Learn More
Bridging the Gap Between CMMI and Six Sigma Training: An Overview and Case Study of Performance-Driven Process Analysis
This SEI presentation on bridging the gap between CMMI and Six Sigma training was delivered by Dave Hallowell and Jeannine Siviy in September 2005.Learn More