Process Improvement in an R&D&I Center Using Enterprise SPICE and SPICE for Research Models
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This article presents objectives, strategy and early results of a process improvement experience using Enterprise SPICE and SPICE for Research models in a 12-months process improvement cycle (from January to December 2011). This cycle has been performed in a Research, Development and Innovation (R&D&I) Division on Software Quality and Process Improvement of CTI Renato Archer, a Brazilian Information Technology R&D&I Center. This process improvement cycle is using values and principles of process improvement and PRO2PI Methodology (Process Modeling Profile to drive Process Improvement) to guide the process improvement.
KeywordsProcess Improvement SPI Manifesto PRO2PI Methodology
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