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Understanding and addressing risk in systems and software delivery

In this paper, IBM proposes that organizations relying on the traditional waterfall process for systems and software delivery—that is, an engineering governance model—need to make changes to reduce risk and improve results. IBM proposes adoption of agile delivery practices—that is, an economic governance model—for attaining significant improvements.

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Wizardry at your fingertips–Making tough decisions easier with predictive analytics

murray cantor brian nolan Did you ever wish you could have a wizard at your fingertips, to help you make tough program and project decisions easier? IBM develops technical wizardry and makes it more accessible. One of the ways we do this is by encapsulating difficult problems into models, which can then be made available to those who need solutions in a more consumable way. Learn how IBM Rational helps make tough program and project management decisions easier. Murray Cantor and Brian Nolan, speakers.





 

Agile Development for Safety-Critical Systems: Analysis-Oriented Practices

Agile methods have a reputation for being fast and adaptive and can enhance both quality and team productivity. For these reasons they are attractive to software teams in many different domains -- including safety-critical systems development. This webcast discusses the implementation of analysis-related agile practices to safety-critical development, specifically, how to integrate Initial Safety Analysis in to your agile practices, the role of Continuous Safety Assessment in agile change management, the value of Executable Requirements Modeling in developing high quality requirements and the keys to achieving traceability across the agile safety-critical development lifecycle.

Agile Development for Safety-Critical Systems: Design-Oriented Practices

This webcast discusses the implementation of design-oriented agile practices to safety-critical development. Specifically it covers the special role of High-Fidelity Model-Based Engineering in safety-critical systems design, the five key views of architecture that agile developers must keep in sight, how to integrate Defensive Design into your agile processes and best practices for Continuous Safety Assessment across agile development lifecycles

Agile for Safety Critical Systems: Quality Assurance Practices

This webcast discusses the implementation of quality-oriented agile practices to safety-critical development. It covers the special role of Test-Driven Development in safety-critical systems QA, how Continuous Execution and Continuous Integration help QA teams mitigate risk, best practices for Work Product Review and Task Audits in safety-critical QA and keys to effective Incremental Development in agile teams

Agile Development for Safety-Critical Systems: Evidence-Oriented Practices

This webcast discusses the implementation of evidence-oriented agile practices to safety-critical development. Attending this webcast, to learn how to plan for the certification of safety-critical systems developed using agile methodology, best practices for appropriate management of traceability records, the special role of Requirements-Based Verification in safety-critical deliverables and keys to effective Test Coverage analysis

Agile Development for Safety-Critical Systems: Project Management Practices

This webcast discusses the implementation of agile project management practices to safety-critical development. Learn how agile safety-critical PM differs from traditional safety-critical PM, goal-based project metrics for safety-critical agile PM and agile project planning for safety-critical projects