An On-line Tool for Periodic Self Assessment

F McCaffery, D McFall, FG Wilkie

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Abstract

This paper describes an on-line tool that has been developed within the Centre for Software Process Technologies (CSPT) to enable software development organisations to perform a self-assessment of selected process areas. During these assessments information is collected and reviewed to produce a findings report. The findings report consists of a list of strengths, issues and suggested actions for each of the process areas evaluated. The suggested actions detail how the company may improve their processes in line with their business goals. It would then be desirable if periodic appraisals could be performed within selected process areas to help determine if the capability for each process area has increased over time by following the improvement suggestions provided by the CSPT assessment team.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
Place of PublicationKlagenfurt, Austria
Pages103-104
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2005
Event5th International SPICE Conference on Process Assessment and Improvement (SPICE 2005) - Klagenfurt, Austria
Duration: 1 Apr 2005 → …

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Conference5th International SPICE Conference on Process Assessment and Improvement (SPICE 2005)
Period1/04/05 → …

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McCaffery, F., McFall, D., & Wilkie, FG. (2005). An On-line Tool for Periodic Self Assessment. In Unknown Host Publication (pp. 103-104). Klagenfurt, Austria.
McCaffery, F ; McFall, D ; Wilkie, FG. / An On-line Tool for Periodic Self Assessment. Unknown Host Publication. Klagenfurt, Austria, 2005. pp. 103-104
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McCaffery, F, McFall, D & Wilkie, FG 2005, An On-line Tool for Periodic Self Assessment. in Unknown Host Publication. Klagenfurt, Austria, pp. 103-104, 5th International SPICE Conference on Process Assessment and Improvement (SPICE 2005), 1/04/05.

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