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Tuesday, November 4 • 10:35am - 11:15am
The Rest of the Story: From Product Process to Process Analysis

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For planning and tracking the work to be performed, engineering teams have team processes, and individuals have personal processes. While these work well, the rest of the story—the steps needed to define and deliver products—may not be included. These additional steps are required to help people understand what they are going to accomplish and how to track the accomplishment.

While Meeting 3 of the team launch does include a step for defining a process for the products, it is often inadequate due to time available during the launch and the technique used to document the information. Inserting an event ahead of the launch called a Process Modeling Workshop is effective in helping teams capture product processes in a manner comparable to the Team Software Process. With a well-defined set of product processes, teams perform effectively as they generate top-down and bottom-up plans during launch. In addition, plans based on accurate processes also help with the effective identification of measurements to be captured during operations.

This presentation will demonstrate NAVAIR’s top-level approach to the relationship between product processes, the data collected and used during development, and how the data is used to analyze the quality of the product. It will also include a discussion of the process for future improvement.

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Jeff Schwalb

Jeff Schwalb is a computer scientist who has been with the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division since 1984. In 2000, Jeff began working with the Systems Engineering Department at China Lake as a member of the People Product Process Resource (P3R) enterprise team to support Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) with improvement of organizational development and engineering processes as a way of delivering quality products on cost and schedule... Read More →

Tuesday November 4, 2014 10:35am - 11:15am
Grand Station Ballroom 4

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