DURATION: 1 DAY
WHAT DOES IT MEAN AND WHAT DOES IT INCLUDE?
Management Process Areas according to Automotive SPICE Process Reference Model (PRM) includes Project Management, Risk Management and Measurement. These process areas are responsible for the effective planning, execution, monitoring and closing of a project by taking risk possibilities and their mitigation strategy into account in a systematical way.
We would like to introduce you into the Base Practices (BP) of the selected Process Areas of Automotive SPICE with day to day seen situations. As a base we focus first on the theory of the standard by explaining the listed BPs. 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…
"I know already all rules in my project but do not have a written Project Handbook. Is this ok?"
"My customer provided me his milestone plan for the product. Can I see this as my major planning?"
"Our role definitions are not the same as in Automotive SPICE. Do I have to introduce all does roles in my organization?"
"During the contracting with customer we thought about everything. Do I still need to do a risk analysis?"
"Everyone is talking about “Metrics”. Which are the right ones?"
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 ?
Did you attend our training module A? If so, then the first step is done to be the right one for this session. You act as a part of the management in your organization or in the project, deal with requirements and bugs, monitor any activities for risk or quality management 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
Introduction into the Management Process Group
Setting scope for projects / especially in mixed teams
Mapping of project lifecycle between customer and supplier
How to find the real risks and interpret the right mitigation plan
Work Break Down Structure
Effort and resource estimation
Skill planning and interfaces / Line and Project Management
Define, Monitor and Adjust project attributes
Review and Report of project progress
Different types of working models (traditional, agile)
And many practical exercises from daily work