Software Engineering Institute
Suzanne Miller of the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University is best known for her modeling and process improvement research, including her book “CMMI Survival Guide: Just Enough Process Improvement”. Her most recent research has been as part of a team exploring the use of lean and agile methods in DoD acquisition programs, and working with system of systems risk taxonomies. She also supports the CMMI for Services model by designing and delivering introductory and advanced training. She spent three years as the US Deployments Manager for a small commercial software firm, aimware. Prior to the SEI, Ms. Miller spent 12 years in a variety of technology transition roles at Lockheed Missile & Space Company. As for her education, she has a BS in Ergonomics from UC Santa Barbara and an MS in Systems Management from USC.
- SDTaaS (SW Development & Test as a Service): Why? How? - Suzanne Miller, 2012 Invited Speaker, Abstract, Slides
- W5-PM. Bringing Agile-Compatible Practices from Services into Product Development - Suzanne Miller, 2012 Workshop, Abstract
- W4-AM. Agile Methods + Services Best Practices: The Next Quality Advantage? - Suzanne Miller, 2012 Workshop, Abstract