making itil actionable using rational method composer and rational portfolio manager

Making itil actionable using rational method composer and rational portfolio manager

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IBM Rational Software Development Conference 2006 Select View/Master/Slide Master to add Session Number Here © 2006 IBM Corporation ® Making ITIL "Actionable" using Rational Method Composer and Rational Portfolio Manager Corby James Barry Snyder CTO, Noblestar Really Smart Guy, Noblestar cjames@noblestar.com bsnyder@noblestar.com
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IBM Rational Software Development Conference 2006 PPM07 Introduction ± Corby James ± Barry Snyder ± Noblestar
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IBM Rational Software Development Conference 2006 PPM07 Is This Presentation Right for You? ± My company / client is considering or already implementing Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) ± I want an introduction to ITIL ± I want to see how Rational Method Composer (RMC) can be applied to a real world problem ± I want to see examples of how Noblestar made ITIL actionable ± I would like to see any best practices or lessons learned for implementing ITIL ± I’d like to get some understanding of how Rational Unified Process (RUP) and ITIL work together ± I’m interested in seeing how you managed to get Rational Portfolio Manager (RPM) in this presentation ± My boss told me to come
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IBM Rational Software Development Conference 2006 PPM07 Agenda ± Making Process Actionable ± A Brief Introduction to ITIL ± The Toolset ± Case Study ± Best Practices and Lesson Learned ± Demo ± Q&A
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IBM Rational Software Development Conference 2006 PPM07 Agenda ± Making Process Actionable ± A Brief Introduction to ITIL ± The Toolset ± Case Study ± Best Practices and Lesson Learned ± Demo ± Q&A
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IBM Rational Software Development Conference 2006 PPM07 What is Process? A.) A vile, tyrannical effort by the Lumbergs (reference to the movie Office Space) to strip all semblance of creativity from the developers of the world B.) The silver bullet that will save all failing projects instantly by its mere presence in the building C.) Some strange and perhaps alien activity that happens to cheese and meat products D.) I don’t know and frankly don’t care because my boss (whose name really is Lumberg) told me I had to come to this dumb presentation
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IBM Rational Software Development Conference 2006 PPM07 Process in the Large ± Answers Who, What, When and/or How ± Three main flavors ± Best Practices (SWEBOK, CMMI) ± Assess, Measure, and Improve (CMMI, Six Sigma) ± Actionable (RUP) ± Actionable process has ± Roles (Who) ± Activities and Activity Dependencies (How and When) ± Artifacts (What) ± Lifecycle Model including phases and objectives for transitions
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IBM Rational Software Development Conference 2006 PPM07 Process Characterization ± The work a company does can be characterized as either operational or project related. ± Projects
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