Software Process Improvement Network
(formerly SBC Center Campus)
Atrium & Auditorium (Room 129)
(Directions and parking information)
Wednesday, April 4, 2007
Networking 6:00 – 7:00
PM – Atrium
Program 7:00 – 8:30 PM – Auditorium (Room 129)
Program: Process Scenario Measurement for Process Improvement Roadmap
Most organizations with “mature” process experience would agree that Process Design (definition) and its implementation are key factors to obtain maximum returns from a process. Point to consider - How many times are these two domains given independent focus?
It’s important to realize how the effectiveness of these two domains influence the overall process effectiveness. Hence, to create an improvement roadmap, it’s helpful to consider and measure both of the domains independently in order to understand the complete picture. Techniques and concepts like PDCA, RCA, SQC, and tools like QFD Relative Prioritization Metrics, weighted scoring, etc. can be used for this study.
Understanding and measuring the critical process parameters to develop a successful Process Improvement Roadmap is the focus of this presentation.
About the Presenter
Kulpreet Singh Nanda works as a Software Process Consultant with Patni Computer Systems Inc. He has worked on various Quality and Process Improvement initiatives like ISO 9000, CMM, CMMI, TQM, and Six-Sigma, and has more than 8 years of experience in the field of Quality Management. He was in charge of Internal Quality Audits for Patni.
Kulpreet is a Certified Software Quality Analyst by
Kulpreet recently presented his
work on Optimized Implementation Methodology (OIM)
at the International Conference for Software Process Improvement at
6:00 – 7:00 p.m. Networking, Registration and Refreshments (free)
7:00 – 7:10 p.m. Overview of C-SPIN and Introductions
7:10 – 8:10 p.m. Presentation
8:10 – 8:30 p.m. Question and Answer Session
From I-90 Northwest Tollway
exit North on
Parking is available in covered
lots W2 or W3 and additional parking is available in the upper level parking
lot W1. Look for parking spaces towards
the west side of the parking structures.
Map of the AT&T Campus Center (AT&T is still referred to as SBC and Ameritech on the map.).
C-SPIN is made possible through the efforts of its Steering Committee. The
Steering Committee is composed of Alan Berow,
C-SPIN is a leadership forum for the free and open exchange of software process improvement experiences and practical ideas. We promote achieving higher levels of process maturity, software quality, and mutual respect. Companies, academic institutions, government organizations and individuals are invited.
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