SPICE (Software Process Improvement and Capability Determination), or ISO/IEC 15504, has established itself as an international standard for improving business processes and determining process capability, and forms the foundation for conducting process assessments
This seminar affords participants insight into the SPICE and its component parts.
It explores the normative section defining the requirements for conducting an assessment in greater depth. The components of a process assessment model are explained in detail to this end. An example application takes participants through process, examining it from various vantage points.
Participants in the one-day seminar gain insights into the standard and its components. Particular attention is paid to the normative second part of SPICE, which defines the requirements for conducting an assessment. The components of a process assessment model are explored in depth. A sample assessment is conducted using an example from the automotive industry, from the point of view of both the interviewee and the assessor.
After the seminar participants will be able to:
Begin preparing an assessment
Interpret assessment results
Draw conclusions for process improvement
The seminar is meant for quality control managers, process managers, project managers and developers who are responsible for defining, introducing, testing and implementing processes in a project.
Experience with software projects is an advantage
Participants and duration
1 Day / Up to 12 Participants
Price on demand.
*Possible costs for travel or accommodation are not included in this service. These costs have to be borne by the participant.
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ITK Engineering GmbH is an internationally operating technology company with customers in the automotive and aerospace industries as well as in building and medical technologies, motorsports, robotics and transportation.