Nicht erschlagen lassen

Ja

es ist viel Arbeit

Nein

Es ist (hoffentlich) nichts ausgelassen worden.

Oh Schreck

Lassen Sie sich nicht erschrecken!
Ja der Projektplan ist lang, aber abgesehen von den Anforderungen der ISO 16326 [Norm für Projektpläne]

Lieber zu Anfang etwas umfangreicher geplant, als später "nachkarten" zu müssen.

Einfach

wird es, wenn man sich durchliest, was zu tun ist.
Der Plan beinhaltet viele Details, welche oftmals ausgelassen werden und zum Misserfolg führen können, wenn Sie nicht umgesetzt werden.

ISO/IEC/IEEE 16326:2009

provides normative content specifications for project management plans covering software projects, and software-intensive system projects. It also provides detailed discussion and advice on applying a set of project processes that are common to both the software and system life cycle as covered by ISO/IEC 12207:2008 (IEEE Std 12207-2008) and ISO/IEC 15288:2008 (IEEE Std 15288-2008), respectively. The discussion and advice are intended to aid in the preparation of the normative content of project management plans. ISO/IEC/IEEE 16326:2009 is the result of the harmonization of ISO/IEC TR 16326:1999 and IEEE Std 1058-1998.

Übersicht über den Projektplan zur Einführung von Automotive SPICE

Im Folgenden sehen Sie die Inhaltsangabe der Schritte zur Einführung von Automotive SPICE ® in Ihrem Unternehmen:

 

 

Automotive SPICE® 3.0 - [QM] Project Plan - ASPICE ® 1
Table of contents 2
000. Project Plan - ASPICE ® overview 14
000. Project Plan - ASPICE ® 15
Copyright Information 15
Basic presentation of content 15
Project plan overview | Summary 15
Auto creation of tasks 15
Documentation 16
Adjust what is needed 16
Change History 16
Workflow 16
Project preparation 17
Introduction 18
Reason for the norm 18
Capability determination 19
Process capability 20
Rating scales for work products 20
Rating scales for processes 21
Process house 22
Tailoring 22
Not allowed is 22
Omit processes 22
Omit Work Products 22
Omit Work Products Characteristics 22
Goal 22
Create an environment where Automotive SPICE can be executed 22
Base installation of codeBeamer 23
Backup system for codeBeamer 23
People trained on codebeamer 23
Sufficient licenses 23
Train people on SPICE 23
Increase efficiency 23
Other goals 23
Purpose 23
Assumptions 23
Schedule 23
Policy 23
Standard problem procedure 23
Communication rules 24
Policy XXX 24
Information flow on changes 24
Confusion 24
Accept errors 24
Technical Standards 24
Change your Mindset 24
Management handling 25
Task Owner 25
Stakeholders 25
Administrator / Manager 25
Users / user / users 25
Architect (Most professional specific (SW, HW mechanics, etc.) 25
Architecture Department 25
Client / customer / sponsor 25
Works Council 25
Designer 25
Developer 25
External service provider 25
Requirements department 25
Overall project manager | product Manager 25
Hotline 26
Infrastructure planning 26
IT Configuration & Build Manager 26
Build Server 26
Management 26
Methods and procedures 26
Project Manager 26
Project steering committee 26
Quality Mangement 26
Quality assurance 26
Rollout Manager (for complex products) 26
Security officer 26
Standard Supplier 27
Strategist 27
Test department 27
Tester 27
Enterprise architect 27
Related projects 27
Version Manager 27
Service Team 27
Other external stakeholders 27
Bug or Change Request 27
Project plan for introduction 27
Assign Level 27
Calculation of costs 27
Timing estimation 28
Introduce ALM 28
Create & Assign Roles 28
Process model 28
Life cycle model management process 28
Relationships 28
Information Management 28
Timing 28
Reviews 28
Milestones 28
Deliverables 28
Modification of the work products 29
Process tailoring 29
Calculation of benefits 29
Ressource planning 29
Infrastructure plan 29
Hardware 29
Operating system 29
Network 29
Software 29
Policies 29
Procedures 29
Standards 30
Facilities (Office or other space) 30
Methods, tools and techniques 30
Ressource Acquisition 30
Acceptance plan 30
Project organization 30
External interfaces 30
Internal interfaces 30
Quality assurance 30
Authorities and responsibilities 30
Schedule, Ressource & Budget allocation 30
Present your calculations 30
Base Training 31
Goal of the training 31
Make your company familiar with codeBeamer 31
Requirements Management 31
Distribute 31
Verify understanding 31
Correct if neccessary 32
Handbooks 32
cB Handling 32
Change Control 32
Schedule control plan 32
Budget control plan 32
Project closeout plan 32
Reporting 32
What informations to store where 32
Supporting process plans 33
Project supervision and work environment 33
Decision management 33
Risk management 33
Configuration management 33
Information management 33
Documentation 34
Quality assurance 34
Measurement 34
Reviews and audits 34
Verification and validation 34
Additional plans 34
Get this Plan approved by Management 34
Concerned to read 34
Document what you do 35
Data Storage 35
Regular Meetings 35
Steering committee 35
Create a Standard Agenda 35
Other Instances 35
Standard Agenda 35
Work products template creation 35
Templates defined 36
Singe or multiple issue template 36
01 Items 36
01-00 Configuration item 36
01-03 Software item 36
01-50 Integrated software 37
01-51 Application Parameter 37
02 Contract / Commitment 37
02-00 Contract 37
02-01 Commitment/agreement 37
03 Data 38
03-00* Data 38
03-03 Benchmarking data 38
03-04 Customer satisfaction data 38
03-06 Process performance data 39
04 Design 39
04-00 Design 39
04-02 Domain architecture 39
04-03 Domain model 39
04-04 Software architectural design 40
04-06 System architectural design 40
05 Goals 40
05-00 Goals 40
06 Documentation 41
06-00 User Documentation 41
06-01 Customer Manual 41
06-02 Handling and storage guide 41
06-04 Training material 42
07 Measurement 42
07-00 Measure 42
07-01 Customer satisfaction survey 42
07-02 Field measure 43
07-03 Personnel performance measure 43
07-04 Process measure 43
07-05 Project measure 43
07-06 Quality Measure 44
07-07 Risk measure 44
07-08 Service level measure 44
08 Plans 45
08-00 Plan 45
08-04 Configuration management plan 45
08-12 Project plan 45
08-13 Quality plan 45
08-14 Recovery plan 46
08-16 Release plan Feature Rollout Plan 46
08-17 Reuse plan 46
08-18 Review Plan 46
08-19 Risk management plan 47
08-20 Risk mitigation plan 47
08-26 Documentation plan 47
08-27 Problem management plan 48
08-28 Change management plan 48
08-29 Improvement plan 48
08-50 Test specification 48
08-51 Technology monitoring plan 49
08-52 Test plan 49
09 Policy 49
09-00 Policy 49
09-03 Reuse policy 49
10 Process 50
10-00 Process description 50
11 Products & Solutions 50
11-00 Product 50
11-03 Product Release Information 50
11-04 Product release package 51
11-05 Software unit 51
11-06 System 51
11-07 Temporary solution 51
12 Proposals 52
12-01 Request for proposal 52
12-03 Reuse proposal 52
12-04 Supplier proposal response 52
13 Records 53
13-01 Acceptance record 53
13-04 Communication record 53
13-05 Contract review record 53
13-06 Delivery record 53
13-07 Problem record 54
13-08 Baseline 54
13-09 Meeting support record 54
13-10 Configuration management record 55
13-13 Product release approval record 55
13-14 Progress status record 55
13-15 Proposal review record 55
13-16 Change request 56
13-17 Customer request 56
13-18 Quality record 56
13-19 Review record 56
13-20 Risk action request 57
13-21 Change control record 57
13-22 Traceability record 57
13-24 Validation results 58
13-25 Verification results 58
13-50 Test result 58
14 Registers 58
14-00* Register 58
14-01 Change history 59
14-02 Corrective action register 59
14-05 Preferred suppliers register 59
14-06 Schedule 59
14-08 Tracking system 60
14-09 Work Breakdown Structure 60
14-11 Work product list 60
14-50 Stakeholder groups list 61
15 Reports 61
15-00* Report 61
15-01 Analysis report 61
15-03 Configuration status report 61
15-05 Evaluation report 62
15-06 Project status report 62
15-07 Reuse evaluation report 62
15-08 Risk analysis report 62
15-09 Risk status report 63
15-12 Problem status report 63
15-13 Assessment/audit report 63
15-16 Improvement opportunity 64
15-18 Process performance report: Template 64
15-21 Supplier evaluation report: Template 64
16 Repository 64
16-00* Repository 64
16-03 Configuration management system 65
16-06 Process repository 65
17 Requirements & Criteria 65
17-00 Requirement specification 65
17-02 Build list 66
17-03 Customer requirements / Stakeholder Requirements 66
17-05* Documentation 66
17-08 Interface requirement specification 66
17-11 Software requirements specification 67
17-12 System requirements specification 67
17-50 Verification criteria 67
18 Criteria 67
18-00* Standard 67
18-01 Acceptance criteria 68
18-06 Product release criteria 68
18-07 Quality criteria 68
18-50 Supplier qualification criteria 69
19 Strategies 69
19-00 Strategy 69
19-05 Reuse strategy 69
19-10 Verification strategy 69
19-11 Validation strategy 70
20 Templates 70
21 Work Products (Templates) 70
30 Suggestion 70
18-60 Payment criteria 71
Test Cases for Work products 71
Assign Test cases 71
Test configurations 71
Work product delivery 71
Process Definition 72
Delivery of products 72
Process scope 72
Assign the Process owner 72
ACQ.3 72
ACQ.4 72
ACQ.11 72
ACQ.12 72
ACQ.13 72
ACQ.14 72
ACQ.15 72
SYS.1 72
SYS.2 73
SYS.3 73
SYS.4 73
SYS.5 73
SWE.1 73
SWE.2 73
SWE.3 73
SWE.4 73
SWE.5 73
SWE.6 73
SPL.1 73
SPL.2 73
PIM.3 73
REU.2 73
Information Management Process 73
MAN.3 73
MAN.5 74
MAN.6 74
SUP.1 74
SUP.2 74
Not Part of HIS 74
SUP.4 74
SUP.7 74
SUP.8 74
SUP.9 74
SUP.10 74
Incoming work products 74
Not defined in the Norm 75
Define 75
Define Testcases 75
Integration 75
Distribute processes 76
Map Test cases 76
Deploy process landscape 76
Operate 76
Loop 76
Process capability levels and process attributes 76
Target of this Plan 76
Excellent quality of work products 76
Level 1 76
Level 2 76
Company managed on KPI's 76
Level 3 76
KPI's for the project 77
Work products defined 77
Work Products delivered 77
Processes defined 77
Processes successfully executed 77
Errors / line of code 77
Task force time 77
Development time 77
Customer statisfaction 77
Other 77