Project Negotiations and Vendor Management
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This two day program offers the peer review techniques of Product Review, Structured walkthrough, and Fagan Style Inspections. These approaches vary in the level of detail, applicability, and formality. While the walkthrough is the static testing technique most frequently employed, the formality of the Inspection helps to find the most errors at the detailed deliverable level.
With increased quality and error detection as the primary objective of each review, the producer is given the benefit of his or her colleagues’ critique, prior to formal construction and testing. To facilitate the experience of constructive and synergistic walkthroughs, each attendee participates in multiple reviews as reviewer and producer. Some less obvious, but beneficial by-products of peer reviews include a team commitment to each piece of the project, quicker knowledge transfer for team members, better understanding of other parts of the deliverables, lower testing, development, and maintenance costs, and certainly, increased quality, “The First Time!”
Participants invloved with PMI - The Project Management Institute - Project Management Professional PMP program are awarded 14 PDU's, or "Contact Hours."
- The Types of Peer Reviews and Inspections
- Synergy and the Team Approach
- The Product Review and Walkthrough
- The Intangibles
- The "Fagan Style" Inspection
Participants learn from exercises and actual inspections and walkthroughs, planned, run, and critiqued during class.
Upon completion of this course, each participant will be able to:
- Understand the reasons and roles of the Peer Review in the system development process.
- Understand the V-Model of testing, and the impact of the CMM (Capability Maturity Model) on development.
- Describe the three types of peer review techniques, and select the appripriate process to be used during system development.
- Plan, Prepare, and Conduct walkthroughs and inspections.
- Describe and fulfill the different roles needed in the review process (Moderator, Reviewer, Tester and Recorder).
- Understand and address the interpersonal issues which may arise when first implementing reviews.
- Create higher quality products, which meet customer requirements.
- Report to management on the findings, recommendations, and follow up action planned by the walkthrough team.
Center for Corporate Education at Stony Brook University
Research & Development Park • 1000 Innovation Road, Stony Brook, NY 11794-6044
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