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Duration: 1 day
Cost to attend:
BCS Members: Free of charge
Non-Members: £40.00 (including vat @ 20% )
This is a joint BCS Quality Specialist Group and YPG event.
Please bring, if possible, a laptop or tablet etc so you can access fully the presentation.
Please note no lunch will be provided
Start your own Projects. Quantify Qualities and the Qualities of your Strategies. Especially welcome Business Startups and Medical Projects.
: Anybody who wants to get some ideas for a fresh new way to start a project.
Anybody working in or for the health sector, planning any type of medical IT system, or product or service. anybody planning their own business startup.
Please bring, if possible, a laptop or tablet etc so you can do on line workshop learning. And also to access considerable digital documentation.
Quantifying Critical Quality Goals and Strategic Qualities
This is a practical workshop. We will work in small teams (2-3) and exercise step by step in methods for quantifying the project/product critical quality objectives. We will learn by doing, learn a process for quantifying the various quality dimensions for all strategies/designs/architectures.
costs) expected from potential deployment of any suggested strategy/design/architecture
We expect to be able to use the new tool app.needsandmeans.com
The course will have sharp focus on learning by doing, on learning a practical planning language for system qualities (aka values, benefits) and costs.
This will not give space for doing planning (all qualities for one system); but the participant should be able to complete things after the course.
It will also not have all the time would to have to present the full scope of the methods, or even the complete rationale of the methods that we exercise with. But, the participant will be equipped with considerable literature (books and many papers and slides) to enable them to study more afterwards.
About Speaker: Tom Gilb Hon FBCS
Tom Gilb joined IBM in 1958. He has been an international consultant and teacher for 55 years. Written 10 published books. Competitive Engineering (2005), and Value Planning (2016). Tom has developed advanced methods for developing systems of any kind, with emphasis on IT systems and High Quality systems.
He is Honorary Fellow of BCS. See www.Gilb.com
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