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As the professional SCM person, you possess a unique knowledge about how SCM is carried out in your organization. How can you exploit this knowledge better? How can you contribute to your company’s success? And how can you teach your co-workers and managers to use this knowledge on SCM to improve their ways of working?
This is an interactive one-day tutorial on how you can improve your SCM capabilities and influence in the organisation. You will learn about modern agile and developer-centric SCM work and where the CMMI® framework fits in. You will also learn how to exploit your SCM data to measure, analyse and promote your SCM knowledge, and learn new and better ways of interacting with both co-workers and managers.
Time: 8:30 - 17:00
Place: Lund, Sweden
Number of participants: min. 8 - max. 16 (first-come-first-served)
Registration deadline: Thursday, 21-01-2010
Price: 4.000 DKK + vat (cancellation is not possible after registration deadline)
Payment: by invoice after the tutorial
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More information: www.cm-consulting.dk/tutorial
Lars Bendix is an associate professor at Lund University (www.cs.lth.se/~bendix). He is a driving force in academia for research and teaching of SCM. For more than 10 years he has had close collaboration with industry, both on joint research projects and as a consultant giving courses and advice on practical application of SCM. In 2004 he initiated the Scandinavian Network of Excellence in SCM (SNESCM) and has since 2005 organized its yearly Scandinavian SCM day. He holds a MSc from Århus University and a PhD in SCM from Aalborg University.
Otto Vinter is an independent consultant (www.ottovinter.dk) specialising in software process improvement (SPI) and how to implement CMMI® in practice. Until 2007, he was consulting for DELTA IT-Processes. Before 2000, he was responsible for software process improvements at Brüel & Kjær. He has been the driving force in the company's improvement activities in testing, requirements engineering, agile development models, and SCM. He introduced defect analysis as a bottom-up improvement technique and deployed it successfully. He has managed process improvements for 15+ years and development projects for 30 years.