Systems, Software and Services Process Improvement: 17th European Conference, EuroSPI 2010, Grenoble, France, September 1-3, 2010. Proceedings by Andreas RielSystems, Software and Services Process Improvement: 17th European Conference, EuroSPI 2010, Grenoble, France, September 1-3, 2010. Proceedings by Andreas Riel

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byAndreas RielEditorRory O'Connor, Serge Tichkiewitch

Paperback | August 19, 2010

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A typical characterization of EuroSPI is reflected in a statement made by a c- pany: ". . . the biggest value of EuroSPI lies in its function as a European knowledge and experience exchange mechanism for SPI and innovation. " Since its beginning in 1994 in Dublin, the EuroSPI initiative has outlined that there is not a single silver bullet to solve SPI issues, but that you need to understand a c- bination of different SPI methods and approaches to achieve concrete benefits. The- fore each proceedings volume covers a variety of different topics, and at the conf- ence we discuss potential synergies and the combined use of such methods and - proaches. These proceedings contain selected research papers for five topics: Section I: SPI Tools Section II: SPI Methods Section III: SPI in SMEs Section IV: Economic Aspects of SPI Section V: The Future of SPI Section I presents studies on SPI tools. The authors provide an insight into new tools which can be used for SPI. Willem Bekkers et al. present a new assessment method and tool for software product management. Ismael Edrei-Espinosa-Curiel et al. illustrate a graphical approach to support the teaching of SPI. Paul Clarke and coworkers deal with an analysis and a tool to help real adoption of standards like ISO 12207 and they focus on SPI implementation and practices. Esparanca Amengual et al. present a new team-based assessment method and tool.
Title:Systems, Software and Services Process Improvement: 17th European Conference, EuroSPI 2010…Format:PaperbackDimensions:303 pagesPublished:August 19, 2010Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

A Framework for Process Improvement in Software Product Management.- Graphical Technique to Support the Teaching/Learning Process of Software Process Reference Models.- Harnessing ISO/IEC 12207 to Examine the Extent of SPI Activity in an Organisation.- Team SPICE: A SPICE-Based Teamwork Assessment Model.- MATURE: A Model Driven bAsed Tool to Automatically Generate a langUage That suppoRts CMMI Process Areas spEcification.- Requirement Changes and Project Success: The Moderating Effects of Agile Approaches in System Engineering Projects.- Software Process Improvement Initiatives Based on Quality Assurance Strategies: A QATAM Pilot Application.- Improving Video Game Development: Facilitating Heterogeneous Team Collaboration through Flexible Software Processes.- Improving IT Service Management Processes: A Case Study on IT Service Support.- Approach to Identify Internal Best Practices in a Software Organization.- Which Process Model Practices Support Project Success?.- How to Improve Process Models for Better ISO/IEC 15504 Process Assessment.- The Tutelkan SPI Framework for Small Settings: A Methodology Transfer Vehicle.- Understanding the Perception of Very Small Software Companies towards the Adoption of Process Standards.- Software Engineering Support Activities for Very Small Entities.- Improving Software Development Process through Economic Mechanism Design.- Impact of Growing Business on Software Processes.- The Rosetta Stone Methodology - A Benefits-Driven Approach to SPI.- SPICE Level 3 - Experience with Using E-Learning to Coach the Use of Standard System Design Best Practices in Projects.- Mjolner's Software Process Improvement: A Discussion and Strengthening Using the SPI Manifesto.- Integrated Design - A Set of Competences and Skills Required by Systems and Product Architects.- Agility Meets Systems Engineering: A Catalogue of Success Factors from Industry Practice.- How Green Is Your Black Belt?.- Exploring Managerial Commitment towards SPI in Small and Very Small Enterprises.- Implementation of Software Process Improvement through TSPi in Very Small Enterprises.- Application of ISO/IEC 15504 in Very Small Enterprises.