2014-11-26-Gate4SPICE Event "Alignment of General Practice (GP) interpretation"
The purpose of the Automotive SPICE standard is to evaluate the capability of development processes in the automotive industry. While using standards like Automotive SPICE - which are reflecting capability models - it is essential to have a common understanding of its requirements.
The practical experience of assessment teams and projects being assessed showed that a common understanding of the requirements of ASPICE is not always given.
Especially some Generic Practices on capability level 2 often suffer from diversity in interpretation often. Different expectation of the evidence, their judgment and delimitation to base practices can lead to inconsistent assessment findings and results with a wide range in the rating.
Within this Gate4SPICE Meeting we want to come closer to an aligned understanding of the generic practices on capability level 2 – in addition to the training concept of Automotive SPICE. Exchanging different experiences and points of view will help to create a common sense here and will intensify constructive interpretation in the future. This will give the assessed entities more certainty that they choose the right corrective actions out of an assessment.
This workshop will be held in German.
2014-12-02-Gate4SPICE Event "Agile and Automotive SPICE: Mapping of Agile elements on Automotive SPICE and Agile experiences"
2014-12-02: Gate4 SPICE Event "Agile and Automotive SPICE: Mapping of Agile elements on Automotive SPICE and Agile experiences"
The usage of Agile elements does not necessarily endanger A-SPICE Assessments. The ongoing discussions on how to keep integrated Agile elements compliant to Automotive SPICE will be subject of a second event in continuation of last year’s event (17.9.2013).
Practical experiences with be presented too and based on demands of participants selected topics/issues will be discussed in more detail in the afternoon.
This workshop will be held in English and/or German language, as requested by the participants.
White Paper on Process Maturity Models (SPICE, CMMI) vs. Agile published!
Dear community members,
the white paper, as announced on intacs.info and in the latest intacs newsletter, has been finished.
We would be happy if this contributes to answering frequently asked questions and to clarifying myths with respect to Process Maturity Models (such as SPICE and CMMI) vs Agile. We also hope that it will trigger fruitful discussions and further work. We are looking forward to your feedback !
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intacs Rating Guidelines
as you will remember in 2011 and 2013 intacs offered the module "Rating Guidelines" from the Provisional standard course materials for public download.
In the context of the new baseline 7 of those course materials the authros have updated and improved that module. It is now available for free download on
downloads/PublicationsAndContent/"intacs Rating Guidelines BL7 v3.pdf"