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Enterprise SPICE (ISO/IEC 15504) Draft Process Assessment Model
(Process Dimension) - October 2009
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As an enterprise pursues organizational excellence, there are many improvement models, standards, and approaches available. Each might help with part of the business, or address selected compliance requirements, but using several separately can be expensive, confusing, and ineffective.
The Enterprise SPICE project, sponsored by the SPICE User Group, is tasked to help address this problem by integrating and harmonizing various models and standards into a single enterprise improvement model …known as Enterprise SPICE. Enterprise SPICE intends to provide an efficient effective mechanism for assessing and improving processes deployed across a typical, large or small, enterprise.
Enterprise SPICE Scope:
Enterprise SPICE is not starting from scratch, but builds on Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) integrated Capability Maturity Model (iCMM) plus extensions, and augments this model with additional disciplines, source models and standards that have been determined by the Enterprise SPICE project stakeholders. This initial Enterprise SPICE release addresses the following:
Additional disciplines and sources may be addressed in subsequent Enterprise SPICE releases.
Enterprise SPICE Structure:
The initial Enterprise SPICE architecture brings together these disciplines and sources into a structure with 3 categories, 1 application area, and 29 processes. This structure is depicted below. Each process has been mapped to sources that are integrated into that process.
Enterprise SPICE Process Dimension - Structure
Enterprise SPICE Process Assessment Model:
This document contains the draft process dimension of the Process Assessment Model (PAM) for Enterprise SPICE. The process dimension includes Process Reference Model elements (purpose and outcomes) plus process performance indicators (base practices and work products). Review comments received on the previously distributed Process Reference Model have been adjudicated and incorporated, as appropriate, in this revision. Base practices, work products, and relationship notes have been added. Each process description also identifies the source documents and their processes or clauses that were brought together to derive the purpose, outcomes, and base practices. Detailed mappings of these elements to sources and related references are additionally provided as an appendix. (Note that these are initial mapping tables, organized by process, and that a comprehensive mapping document will be developed demonstrating coverage).
Author guidelines, templates, and further information on source and reference documents are available on our project website: http://spiceforum.webexone.com .
The following Enterprise SPICE project team members participated in authoring this document:
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