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Six Sigma & Test Process Improvement Nederlandse Testdag November 29 th 2007 Alessandro Di Bucchianico & Ed Brandt
© Refis-TU/e - 2007 Content Process improvement Basics of Six Sigma Six Sigma and CMM, GQM, etc. Discussion: “Six Sigma and the Improvement of Test Processes”
© Refis-TU/e - 2007 Process Improvement Market penetration Product development Diversification Market development market product (Product/market grid by Ansoff)
© Refis-TU/e - 2007 Basics Six Sigma
© Refis-TU/e - 2007 Basics Six Sigma
© Refis-TU/e - 2007 Six Sigma drive for defect reduction Based on the "statistical thinking" paradigm: 1)Everything is a process 2)All processes have inherent variability 3)Data is used to understand the variability and drive process improvement decisions
© Refis-TU/e - 2007 Six Sigma model
© Refis-TU/e - 2007 Other models CMM PSP GQM 6
© Refis-TU/e - 2007 Six Sigma and TPI ®
© Refis-TU/e - 2007 Can TPI benefit from Six Sigma? What are the products of a test process? How should we measure defects? Which specification limits do we recognize? How do we start?
© Refis-TU/e - 2007 Products of a test process? Defects log Adequately functioning system Test cases Test report Test metrics Improvement suggestions for the system Test plan Entries made on the fly during the presentation based on discussion and comments from the audience.
© Refis-TU/e - 2007 How to measure defects? Defects in defects logging Traceability Test cases Entries made on the fly during the presentation based on discussion and comments from the audience.
© Refis-TU/e - 2007 Specification limits? Time To Repair Test costs … Entries made on the fly during the presentation based on discussion and comments from the audience.
© Refis-TU/e - 2007 Some sample metrics 1 Number of test defects per FP
© Refis-TU/e - 2007 Some sample metrics 2 Test failure intensity
© Refis-TU/e - 2007 How do we start?
Marketing “I couldn’t repair your brakes, so I made your horn louder”
©2000 Prentice Hall Objectives Corporate and division strategic planing Business unit planning The marketing process Product level planning
Software Reliability Engineering Tool Nederlandse Testdag 27 november 2008 Alessandro di Bucchianico, Lime – TU/e Ed Brandt, Refis VOF.
Process Improvement Imagine the Future. What is Process Improvement? Better (Quality) Faster (More Efficiency) Cost Effective Profit (King) Savings Cost.
Managing Project Quality
Doing The Evaluation and Writing it Up How to Achieve D1.
Understanding the Uses of Data Employee Data Collection Training 11/14/
Six Sigma What is Six Sigma?
Marketing Strategy Key terms Corporate objective Marketing objective Niche Market Mass market USP Differentiation.
Chapter 3 Objectives Discuss corporate and division strategic planing.
Strategic Market Planning Chapter Eleven M arket-Based Management, 4 th edition.
Process Database and Process Capability Baseline
Intensive Growth Strategies: Ansoff’s Product-Market Expansion Grid
Tech Mahindra Limited confidential © Tech Mahindra Limited 2009 Test Strategy & Test Planning July 03,2010.
1 Marketing “Marketing is the process of planning and executing the conception, pricing, promotion, and distribution of ideas, goods and services to create.
1 SMU EMIS 7364 NTU TO-570-N Basic Concepts updated Statistical Quality Control Dr. Jerrell T. Stracener, SAE Fellow.
Six Sigma Team Members: Parker Li Shant Mandossian Christopher Choi Tunde Jelugbo Bobby Kolski.
Personal Software Process
Chapter Three Market Potential, Market Demand, and Market Share.
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