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Deriving Project Estimates

Normally estimates are derived with a 50- 50 confidence.  But  is a fifty-fifty case okay while setting  your goals/targets/specification limits ? People will prefer to have a better confidence while setting their goals. So what should be done.? Some improvements needs to be brought in to the current system . Those improvements needs to be […]

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Attribute Data charts

Further to what you might have read in http://qualitynotion.com/what-control-chart-shall-i-use-3/.. Unlike the C chart, U chart does not require a constant number of sample items, and it does not require any limit to the potential number of defects/nonconformities. Further more for a P- chart of NP chart, the number of non conformities cannot exceed the number […]

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History of SPC

Statistical methods were adopted to monitor, control and improve quality in production industry even in early 1920s..And then the usage was spread across various sectors including software industry.. Read more… History of SPC

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A quiz on CMMI high Maturity

Wanna take a quiz on CMMI high Maturity ? http://qualitynotion.com/quiz-2/

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“Single” PPM in an organization, is there a chance..?

Process composition, Process performance models etc. are terminologies in CMMI High Maturity area. Process needs to be composed quantitatively considering various alternatives to achieve the project performance objective. There needs to be a linkage between composed process and PPM. Or rather there needs to be alternative methods for the critical sub processes in the PPM. […]

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What happens when data falls outside valid range of PPM ?

PPMs are valid within the data used or building them. We cannot extrapolate the data for prediction. Now we use these PPMs to check the probability of confidence in achieving the targets. That is, we are simulating subprocess parameters which could be outside the valid range of PPM. In that case, how can we expect […]

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50 % probability of confidence to achieve your project objectives– is it good enough ..?

A PM  says to his senior manager, ” There is only a 50- 50 chance to deliver the project on time”. A reply like ‘”you take the risk and go ahead as it is ” would be a rare case especially in case of a project where on time delivery is a critical requirement. Back […]

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CMMI Process Management PAs

CMMI Model requirements and sample work products of Project Management Process Areas are as given below CMMI Process Management PAs

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CMMI Project Management PAs

CMMI Model requirements and sample work products of Project Management Process Areas are as given below Project Management PAs    

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CMMI Support PAs

CMMI model requirements and sample work products of Support PAs are as below CMMI Support PAs  

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