In this course, you learn how to manage quantitatively to complete projects on schedule, within budget, and with all requirements met. You study the knowledge and skills that Team Software Process℠ (TSP℠) leaders need to effectively lead and coach development teams.
This course is designed for first-level software development managers, software project managers, software team leaders, and supervisors.
Topics covered include how operational procedures and data can improve software development; key behaviors for successfully leading and coaching teams; how to quantitatively manage projects using effective cost, schedule, and quality measures; and more.
The objectives of this course are to
- introduce you to the Team Software Process (TSP) and how it can help you and your organization
- provide the knowledge and skills required to be a successful TSP team leader
- forming and maintaining a TSP team
- establishing and maintaining process discipline and high standards
- managing schedule and quality
- reporting to management
- leading the team
The downloads for this course include the following:
- Course Notebook
- Exercises and Handouts
- Instructor Materials
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