In this course, you learn the foundational concepts of the Personal Software Process℠ (PSP℠) and Team Software Process℠ (TSP℠). You study how to measure size, time, and defects in your work; how to use a personal planning framework to plan and track your tasks; and how to use a quality strategy to manage defects in your work and be prepared to participate on a TSP team.
This course is designed for system, hardware, and test engineers; technical writers; trainers; and others who participate on a TSP project.
Topics covered include the TSP launch process; how to be a productive participant of a launch; how to use weekly meetings, inspections, checkpoints, and postmortems to manage and maintain self-directed teams; and more.
The TSP Team Member Training will introduce you to a set of disciplined methods for producing quality products on time and within budget.
During this course, you will be introduced to the fundamentals of the TSP including
- the personal process as a guide to performing your work
- personal and team-based planning techniques
- quality management
- team building and project planning via the TSP launch
- dynamic planning and accurate tracking of your work
The downloads for this course include the following:
- Course Notebook
- Exercises and Handouts
- Instructor Materials
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