Automotive SPICE

Reading Time: 4 minutes Automotive SPiCE is a process maturity framework to assess the capability and maturity of organisational processes to develop software resp. embedded systems in the automotive industry. It is a variant of ISO 15504 tailored to the needs of the automotive industry. The framework is used by automotive OEMs and suppliers to assess the capability and maturity of their development processes for software and embedded systems. The process reference part of the model defines the central processes relevant to be inspected and to be performed in any software/embedded system development. The process assessment part of the model describes how to evaluate the capability of processes within the organisation.

ISO/IEC 15504 — SPiCE

Reading Time: 5 minutes ISO/IEC 15504 (SPiCE) is an international norm to assess and evaluate the maturity of business processes for software and electronic development (embedded systems). A process reference model defines the central processes relevant to be inspected and to be performed in any software/embedded system development. The process assessment model defines how to evaluate the capability of processes within an organisation.

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Risk Management — The Bad and The Good

Reading Time: 6 minutes Doing risk management in the Monty Python style is a waste of time and effort: identifying and accessing unrealistic risks with a disproportionate amount of time and with exaggerated mitigation strategies. Traditional and agile risk management provide solutions, activities, and processes with a strong ad for the agile one.

Team Charter Canvas — How to Onboard Your Team Best

Reading Time: 5 minutes The Team Charter Canvas I developed is a tool to reflect in more depth about team chartering, teamwork and team culture. It builds upon team values and goals: Mission, People & Roles, Scope, Common Goals, Values, Norms, Fun Events. With the Prime Directive, it summarises the team charter.

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How to Communicate Best In Times of Stress

Reading Time: 2 minutes It needs calm and patient to keep the head clear and not compound the worse situation by improper body language, loud and angry voice. You better solve the problems by connecting, listening, inspiring your co-workers. Stay cool and build confidence and cohesion in your team.

Team Canvas — How to Create Your Team

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Team Canvas is a variant of the Business Model Canvas. Alex Ivanov and Mitya Voloshchuk created it as a tool to reflect about teamwork and team culture. The canvas builds upon team values and goals: People & Roles, Common Goals, Personal Goals, Purpose, Values, Strength & Assets, Weakness & Risks, Needs & Expectations, Rules & Activities.

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