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Wednesday, November 5 • 2:05pm - 2:45pm
TSP-PACE: Process and Capability Evaluation, an Experience Report

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Tecnológico de Monterrey and the Software Engineering Institute began the Team Software Process (TSP) organization evaluation process in 2008 and completed initial pilots of the Process and Capability Evaluation (PACE) in 2013. The effort has been partially funded by the Mexican government not only in order to assure that Mexican companies implement the TSP effectively but also to have national statistics to demonstrate the improving status of Mexican industry. Continuing with the TSP-PACE, we have evaluated more than 10 organizations in Mexico, using a combination of TSP data, project records, and on-site review. We present some results of the evaluations conducted and describe how the evaluations support both organizational performance improvement and national benchmarking. This presentation will discuss different approaches from the companies to meet their goals.

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Antonio Mejorado

Tec de Monterrey
Antonio Mejorado is a full-time professor at Tecnológico de Monterrey University in Mexico, where he interacts with organizations to instruct PSP and to coach PSP teams and works with the Software Engineering Institute to use TSP-PACE in companies. Before he began teaching at Tecnológico de Monterrey, Antonio was developing software as a computer science engineer. He obtained his degree from Tecnológico de Monterrey University.
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William Nichols

Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute
William Nichols is a Senior Member of the Technical Staff at the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute, where he instructs PSP, coaches TSP teams, maintains the TSP, and conducts empirical research using TSP project data. Prior to coming to the SEI, William earned a PhD in physics at Carnegie Mellon University and developed scientific software for use in nuclear engineering.
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Rafael Salazar

Tec de Monterrey
Rafael Salazar is a full-time professor at Tecnológico de Monterrey University in Mexico, where he leads the Mexican TSP Initiative in collaboration with the Mexican government, the Mexican software industry, and the Software Engineering Institute. He trains PSP Instructors, TSP Coaches, PSP Developers, management, and executives. He also coaches TSP teams and mentors TSP provisional coaches. Prior to joining Tecnológico de Monterrey, Rafael... Read More →


Wednesday November 5, 2014 2:05pm - 2:45pm
Grand Station Ballroom 5

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