In this course, you learn the key concepts and principles of the Team Software Process℠ (TSP℠) and Personal Software Process℠ (PSP℠) from a management perspective. You learn how to introduce and apply the TSP in your organization.
This course is designed for executives; middle managers responsible for software development or maintenance; managers responsible for software quality and assurance, software engineering process groups, systems or hardware engineering, documentation, or finance.
Topics covered include how to use the TSP to effectively improve software development activities and provide positive motivation for engineers and project teams, how to use the TSP to address current and future software needs, and more.
This seminar will help you to
- identify the problems that limit your software capability
- define the steps needed to address these problems
- establish a plan for addressing these problems
The downloads for this course include the following:
- Seminar Notebook
- Exercises and Handouts
- Instructor Materials
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