DURATION: 2 DAY
Automotive SPICE, what exactly is it about?
Automotive SPICE is a well-established standard to introduce and assess an organizations capability in their development process chain. By using a so called “Process Reference Model” (PRM) the standard provides a process area landscape, which makes it easier to implement and assess the capability in each of the selected areas. On the other hand the standard uses a so called “Process Assessment Model” (PAM) to measure the capability of each of the selected process areas. Overall, the standard gives you a good base and guidance for implementing, measuring and improving your organization’s processes.
We would like to introduce you into this model approach of Automotive SPICE with day to day seen situations. As a base we focus first on the theory of the standard by explaining the models PRM and PAM. We build on this theory and work together on the practical day to day seen situations and examples.
GOALS IN ATTENDING THIS TRAINING
We assume you have many open questions in your mind, which you carry with you day to day. This list of questions getting more and more…
"In my project I handle many tasks in one person. Is this ok?"
"In my opinion my project is in a good shape, but how can I make it measurable?"
"How do I measure a process’s capability in a systematic way?"
"How can I estimate an effort for a project running according to Automotive SPICE?"
Let us understand the standard and find in practical examples the answers to your day to day questions.
AM I THE RIGHT ONE TO ATTEND THIS MODULE ?
This module is a starting point for any further steps according to Automotive SPICE. Are you a decider (Management, Sales, Quality, Process Development, Project Management) or involved in the real development chain (Requirements Manager, Architect and Developer, Integrator, Tester) and you have a bunch of questions about Automotive SPICE? We think exactly you are the right one to attend this session.
A ROUGH OVERVIEW OF THE AGENDA
Definition of Quality – Discussion round about Customer-Supplier View
Quality Aspects – plan, assure, control, improve
Automotive SPICE Introduction
Process Reference Model (PRM)
Process Assessment Model (PAM)
Rating of Processes
How to read “AutomotiveSPICE_PAM_31”
And many practical exercises from daily work