Building a Maturity & Capability Model Repository

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This presentation shows the MCM (Maturity & Capability Models) repository initiative, discussing the opportunity from the LEGO approach in your organization

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Building a Maturity & Capability Model Repository

  1. 1. PROFES 2011 Torre Canne (BA) – Italy, June 21 2011Building a Maturity & Capability Model Repository Christiane Gresse von Wangenheim Jean C.R. Hauck Luigi Buglione Fergal McCaffery Thaisa Cardoso Lacerda Ronny F. Viera da Cruz www.eng.it
  2. 2. UFSC At a glance Federal University of Santa Catarina Florianópolis/Brazil [http://www.ufsc.br] • 48 Master courses • 38 PhD courses • 62 Undergraduate courses • EUR 268 million annual budget • 25,737 Undergraduate students • 8,543 Graduate students • 34,280 Students[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V6E1Z5DEuvk] INCoD is to be a reference institute for excellence in research, validation and dissemination to support digital convergence. [http://www.incod.ufsc.br] The Software Quality Group focuses on scientific research, development and transfer of SE models, methods and tools. [http://www.gqs.ufsc.br] www.eng.it
  3. 3. Engineering At a glance _ The first Italian ICT player _ more than 730 M/€ revenues Research and PA & HC Finance Industry TELCO Utilities Development _ 1000 clients _ 6,300 IT specialists System Int. & Consultancy % 46 70 54 80 80 Outsourcing % 35 10 27 10 Software % 19 20 19 10 20 ERP IT Security ECM Plant Management Managed Operations Broadband & Media System www.eng.it www.eng.it
  4. 4. DKIT At a glance Dundalk Institute of Technology is a 90 acre campus situated between Dublin and Belfast (each approximately 50 miles away). The Institute consists of 4 Schools: 1. Business & Humanities 2. Informatics & Creative Arts 3. EngineeringThe Regulated Software Research Group which is 4. Health & Sciencepart of LERO (the Irish Software EngineeringResearch Centre) is part of the School of Informatics& Creative Media www.eng.it
  5. 5. MCM Repository Goals of the presentation G1. Show how to set up a process improvement planmoving catching up information from several Maturity &Capability Models (MCM) G2. Propose a MCM repository, from the concept to theimplementation G3. Discuss the opportunities from the LEGO approachusing the MCM repository5 PROFES 2011 – Torre Canne (BA), June 21, 2011– © 2011 L.Buglione
  6. 6. MCM Repository Agenda• Introduction – Sci-Fi &… – MM-mania: SEMQ website and the UFSC path• Modeling a MCM repository – A starting and a target point – MCM Repository  Main issues & Architecture  Metadata• Implementation – GUI and technical characteristics• Conclusions & Prospects• Q&A6 PROFES 2011 – Torre Canne (BA), June 21, 2011– © 2011 L.Buglione
  7. 7. Introduction Sci-Fi &...Q: which is the common element in these novels/movies? 7 PROFES 2011 – Torre Canne (BA), June 21, 2011– © 2011 L.Buglione
  8. 8. Introduction Blade Runner (R.Scott, 1982) “Ive seen things you people wouldnt believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near Tannhäuser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to die ” Memory  Experience  Data• Philip Dick, Do Androids dream of Electric Sheep?, Del Rey, 1968, ISBN 0-345-40447-5 8 PROFES 2011 – Torre Canne (BA), June 21, 2011– © 2011 L.Buglione
  9. 9. Introduction Some initial questions...Do we strictly need to use a MCM at a time? Could it be possible to map also single process areas?How to add/change some elements in a process? Does it yet exist a repository for SPI models?9 PROFES 2011 – Torre Canne (BA), June 21, 2011– © 2011 L.Buglione
  10. 10. Introduction ‘MM-mania’: SEMQ websiteURL: www.semq.eu/leng/proimpsw.htmURL 10 PROFES 2011 – Torre Canne (BA), June 21, 2011– © 2011 L.Buglione
  11. 11. Introduction ‘MM-mania’: UFSC/DKIT researchSource: Gresse von Wangenheim C., Hauck J.C.R., Zoucas A. Salviano C.F., McCaffery F., Shull F., Creating Software Process Capability/MaturitySourceModels. IEEE Software, vol. 27 no. 4, pages 92 -94, July/August 2010. 11 PROFES 2011 – Torre Canne (BA), June 21, 2011– © 2011 L.Buglione
  12. 12. MCM Repository Agenda• Introduction – Sci-Fi &… – MM-mania: SEMQ website and the UFSC path• Modeling a MCM repository – A starting and a target point – MCM Repository  Main issues & Architecture  Metadata• Implementation – GUI and technical characteristics• Conclusions & Prospects• Q&A12 PROFES 2011 – Torre Canne (BA), June 21, 2011– © 2011 L.Buglione
  13. 13. Modeling a MCM... A starting point (PROMISE)...URL: http://promisedata.orgURL 13 PROFES 2011 – Torre Canne (BA), June 21, 2011– © 2011 L.Buglione
  14. 14. Modeling a MCM... ...and a target point (LEGO)Source: Buglione L. Buglione L., Gresse von Wangenheim C., Hauck J.C.R., Mc Caffery F., The LEGO Maturity & Capability Model Approach,SourceProceedings of 5WCSQ, 5th World Congress on Software Quality, Shanghai (China), Oct 31- Nov 3 2011, URL: www.5wcsq.org 14 PROFES 2011 – Torre Canne (BA), June 21, 2011– © 2011 L.Buglione
  15. 15. Modeling a MCM... MCM Repository: Main issues & Architecture• Main issues What is it? a KM system containing info about most used MCMs Functionalities: search/find, browsing, gather MCM metadata, comments Target audience: the open Process Improvement Community of Practice (CoP) Metadata: from the SPCMM questionnaire Intended usage(s): o Know which MCM are typically used o Know which MCM contain(s) a certain process of interest o Understand how to ‘import’ a process in a different PRM schema o … 15 PROFES 2011 – Torre Canne (BA), June 21, 2011– © 2011 L.Buglione
  16. 16. Modeling a MCM... MCM Repository - MetaData (1)16 PROFES 2011 – Torre Canne (BA), June 21, 2011– © 2011 L.Buglione
  17. 17. Modeling a MCM... MCM Repository - MetaData (2)17 PROFES 2011 – Torre Canne (BA), June 21, 2011– © 2011 L.Buglione
  18. 18. MCM Repository Agenda• Introduction – Sci-Fi &… – MM-mania: SEMQ website and the UFSC path• Modeling a MCM repository – A starting and a target point – MCM Repository  Main issues & Architecture  Metadata• Implementation – GUI and technical characteristics• Conclusions & Prospects• Q&A18 PROFES 2011 – Torre Canne (BA), June 21, 2011– © 2011 L.Buglione
  19. 19. Modeling a MCM... Implementation - www.gqs.ufsc.br/mcm • Web-based repository  Java v5.0 on a web platform  Tomcat v6.0 application server  MySQL Community Server v5.519 PROFES 2011 – Torre Canne (BA), June 21, 2011– © 2011 L.Buglione
  20. 20. MCM Repository Agenda• Introduction – Sci-Fi &… – MM-mania: SEMQ website and the UFSC path• Modeling a MCM repository – A starting and a target point – MCM Repository  Main issues & Architecture  Metadata• Implementation – GUI and technical characteristics• Conclusions & Prospects• Q&A20 PROFES 2011 – Torre Canne (BA), June 21, 2011– © 2011 L.Buglione
  21. 21. Expert Review www.inf.ufsc.br/~gqs/mcm_eval.htmlCurrent status … Requirements Conceptual Implementation Internal External Publication Analysis Modeling 1° Version Review Review to SPI CoP21 PROFES 2011 – Torre Canne (BA), June 21, 2011– © 2011 L.Buglione
  22. 22. MCM Repository Conclusions & Prospects• Maturity & Capability Models (MCM)  MCMs represent a relevant source of information  Because of the ‘MM-mania’, it could be useful to know in which model(s) a certain process has been deployed and possibly compare different sources, looking at differences and complementarities for your own process improvement purposes• Repositories and Historical Data  Not contain only (quantitative) data!  A single Process Area (PA) is the basic element (brick) to analyze for taking the best from...best practices  Analyze process architecture and find commonalities  Need to know what yet exists: don’t reinvent the wheel... MCM Repository  A different way to analyze (S)PI models for providing infrastructure for a multi-model improvement approach  First release: June 2011 – 52 MCM inserted  Expert panel in course for refining the first release  Public access (www.gqs.ufsc.br/mcm) with periodical updates from August 2011 Some lessons learned  Still invest in skilled people (or people to skill) and plan continual training  An appraisal – no matter the method/technique used – need anyway to know which are the core process elements to consider in an evaluation  ... Analyze facts and talk through data (Kaoru Ishiwaka, TQM guru)22 PROFES 2011 – Torre Canne (BA), June 21, 2011– © 2011 L.Buglione
  23. 23. MCM Repository Lessons Learned... URL: www.dilbert.com23 PROFES 2011 – Torre Canne (BA), June 21, 2011– © 2011 L.Buglione
  24. 24. MCM Repository Q&A Grazie per l’attenzione! Thanks for your attention!24 PROFES 2011 – Torre Canne (BA), June 21, 2011– © 2011 L.Buglione
  25. 25. MCM Repository Contacts C. Gresse von Jean Carlo R. Luigi Wangenheim Hauck Buglione UFSC UFSC Engineering.IT/ETS gresse@incod.ufsc.br jeanhauck@incod.ufsc.br luigi.buglione@eng.it Fergal Thaisa Ronny F. McCaffery Cardoso Lacerda Vieira da Cruz DKIT UFSC UFSCfergal.mccaffery@dkit.ie thaisa_lacerda@hotmail.com ronny.ufsc@gmail.com25 PROFES 2011 – Torre Canne (BA), June 21, 2011– © 2011 L.Buglione

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