Ch 11(spi)relationship pa

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Ch 11(spi)relationship pa

  1. 1. Kittitouch Suteeca Ref. Panit Watcharawitch, PhD (cantab)
  2. 2. Managing…
  3. 3. Integrated Product and Process Development (IPPD)  IPPD is Department of Defense (DoD) management technique that simultaneously integrates all essential activities through the use of multidisciplinary teams to optimize design, manufacturing, and processes.  IPPD provides a systematic approach to product development that achieves a timely collaboration of relevant stakeholders throughout the product life cycle to satisfy customer needs.
  4. 4. IPPD Tenets 1. Customer Focus 2. Concurrent Development of Products and Processes 3. Early and Continuous Life Cycle Planning 4. Maximize Flexibility for Optimization and Use of Contractor Unique Approaches 5. Encourage Robust Design and Improved Process Capability 6. Event Driven Scheduling 7. Multidisciplinary Teamwork 8. Empowerment 9. Seamless Management Tools 10. Proactive Identification and Management of Risk through Integrated Product Team (IPT)
  5. 5. IPPD Life Cycle Framework in CMMI PAs Integrated Process Team (IPT) • Share vision & objectives • Have complementary skills • Commit to common propose and approach TS, PP, SAM, RSKM, DAR REQM, CM, VER, VAL, PMC Incremental Upgrades Disciplined Change management Requirements/Solution/ Plan baseline Stakeholder collaboration preconditions IPPD+  Integrated Project Management (IPM)  Organizational Process Definition (OPD)
  6. 6. Process Areas Category Process Area (PA) Maturity Level Process Management  Organization Process Focus (OPF)  Organization Training (OT)  Organization Process Definition (OPD) + IPPD  Organization Process Performance (OPP)  Organization Innovation and Deployment (OID) 3: Defined 3: Defined 3: Defined 4: QM 5: Optimizing Project Management  Project Planning (PP)  Project Monitoring and Control (PMC)  Supplier Agreement Management (SAM)  Integration Project Management (IPM) + IPPD  RiSK Management (RSKM)  Quantitative Project Management (QPM) 2: Managed 2: Managed 2: Managed 3: Defined 3: Defined 4: QM Engineering  REQuirement Management (REQM)  Requirement Development (RD)  Technical Solution (TS)  Product Integration (PI)  VERification (VER)  VALidation (VAL) 2: Managed 3: Defined 3: Defined 3: Defined 3: Defined 3: Defined Support  Configuration Management (CM)  Process and Product Quality Assurance (PPQA)  Measurement and Analysis (MA)  Decision Analysis and Resolution (DAR)  Casual Analysis and Resolution (CAR) 2: Managed 2: Managed 2: Managed 3: Defined 5: Optimizing 6
  7. 7. Basic Process Management Senior Management (CEO, PM) Organizational Process Focus (OPF) Organizational Training (OT) Organizational Process Definition (OPD)+IPPD Organization’s business objectives Project Management, Support, and Engineering process areas Organization’s process needs and objectives Training needs Process improvement proposals; participation in defining, assessing, and deploying processes Improvement information Resource and coordination Standard process and other assets Standard process, work environment standards and other assets Training for project and support groups in standard process and assets
  8. 8. Advance Process Management Senior Management (CEO, PM) Project Management, Support, and Engineering process areas Basic Process Management process areas Organizational Process Performance (OPP) Organizational Innovation and Development (OID) Organization Progress toward achieving business objectives Quality and process- Performance objectives, Measures, baselines, And models Quality and process- Performance objectives, measures, baselines, And models Common measures Ability to develop and deploy standard processes and other assets Improvements Process performance and capability data Cost and benefit data from piloted improvements
  9. 9. Basic Project Management Supplier Supplier Agreement Management (SAM)* Project Monitor and Control (PMC)* Project Planning (PP) * Engineering and Support process areas Supplier agreement Plans Status, issues, and results of reviews and monitoring Corrective action Product component requirements, technical issues, completed product components, and acceptance reviews and tests What to monitorReplan Status, issues, and results of process and product evaluations; measures and analyses Corrective action What to build What to do Commitments Measurement needs
  10. 10. Advance Project Management Engineering and Support process areas Process Management process areas Basic Project Management process areas Integrated Project Management (IPM)+IPPD Quantitative Project Management (QPM) RiSK Management (RSKM) Process-performance objectives, Baselines, and models Statistical management data Quantitative objectives, subprocesses to statistically manage, project’s composed, and defined process Organization’s standard processes, work environment standards, and supporting assets IPPD rules and guidelines Lessons learned, planning, and Performance data Product architecture for structuring teams Project’s defined process and work environment Coordination, commitments, and issues to resolve Integrated teams for performing Engineering and support processes Risk exposure due to unstable processes Project’s composed, defined process Identified risks Project shared vision Project’s performance data Risk taxonomies and parameters, risk status, risk mitigation plans, and corrective action
  11. 11. Engineering VERification (VER) VALidation (VAL) Technical Solution (TS) Customer Product Integration (PI) Requirements Development (RD) REQuirements Management (REQM)* Product components, work products, verification and validation reports Customer needs Product Requirements Product components Alternative solutions Requirements Product and product component requirements Customer needs
  12. 12. Basic Support Configuration Management (CM)* Process and Product Quality Assurance (PPQA)* Measurement and Analysis (MA)* All process areas Measurement and analysis Information needs Processes, work products, standards, and procedures Quality and noncompliance issues Configuration Items and change requests Baselines and audit reports
  13. 13. Advance Support Decision Analysis and Resolution (DAR) Causal Analysis and Resolution (CAR) All process areas Process improvement proposals Defects and other problems Formal evaluations Selected issues
  14. 14. Unified Process  Multiple Models  Rational Unified Process (RUP)*  Agile Unified Process (AUP)  Enterprise Unified Process (EUP)  Open Unified Process (OUP)  Etc. Four phases produce a generation of the system
  15. 15. Rational Unified Process (RUP)  RUP is an iterative software development framework created by Rational Software Corporation, IBM since 2003  A software engineering process based on best practices in software development and disciplined approaches to assigning and managing tasks and responsibilities in a development organization  An extensive knowledge base to suit organizational needs  Basic Principles  Develop Software Iteratively  Use Component-based Architecture  Visually Model Software  Continuously Verify Software Quality  Control Changes to Software
  16. 16. Iterative Development  Inception  Define scope of project  Lifecycle Objective  Elaboration  Plan project, specify features, baseline architecture  Lifecycle Architecture  Construction  Build product  Initial Operational Capability  Transition  Transition product to end user community  Product Release Time Core Support
  17. 17. Ten Essentials 1. Vision Where you are going? 2. Plan Manage and track the progress 3. Risks Identify and mitigate risks to avoid unsuspecting 4. Issues Assign due dates with responsible persons 5. Business Case Determine whether it worth investing or not 6. Architecture Design system and interactive interfaces 7. Product Incrementally implement and test 8. Evaluation Regularly assess results 9. Change Requests Manage and control changes 10. User Support Provide assistance to the user
  18. 18. RUP and CMMIPMC + PPQA RSKM + CAR PP REQM RD TS TS VAL PI VAL SAM IPM MAQPM RD PI VER VER CM MA DAR OPF OPDOT OPP OID

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