PSP℠ Fundamentals Course Objectives
A key principle of TSP℠ is
- The people who do the work know the best way to get the work done and are the best people to develop a realistic plan.
In the TSP, management asks you to develop realistic plans to produce high-quality products and perform against that plan.
The focus of this course is to give you the knowledge and skills needed to
- make detailed and realistic plans
- negotiate commitments
- track your work
- produce high-quality products
- meet your commitments consistently
PSP Advanced Course Objectives
Provide you with the skills and methods to
- analyze your current performance
- improve your current performance based on the analysis by making process improvements
- extend the PSP Fundamentals methods with more best practices
The downloads for this course include the following:
- Course Notebook
- Exercises and Handouts
- Instructor Guide
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