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  • carollong@bcs.org.uk
    From: Prashant Swaroop Fri, 30 Apr 2004 17:17:45 +0530 Subject: Diff. Bet. Risk & Issue? ... [PS] The difference between a
    Message 1 of 7 , May 1, 2004
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      From: Prashant Swaroop <prashant_swaroop@...> Fri, 30 Apr 2004
      17:17:45 +0530
      Subject: Diff. Bet. Risk & Issue?
      > This is a question which I am still not clear. Any help is appreciated.
      [PS]

      The difference between a risk and an issue is a question of timing and
      potential: A risk may or may not happen. An issue has happened.

      For working definitions:

      Risk: A risk is an event or a set of circumstances that, if it arises at
      some time in the future, may harm the project, thus preventing the project
      team from meeting its objectives.

      Issue: If a risk happens it becomes an Issue and is dealt with as part of
      the work of the project, using the plans the team has already developed as
      part of the risk management planning.

      Regards
      Carol
    • pavgi pavgi
      Why not quite being answered by the SEI assessment leader or by the SEI directly, the organisation pays the assessor. What are the responsibilities of the SEI?
      Message 2 of 7 , May 8, 2004
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        While not quite being answered by the SEI assessment leader or by the SEI directly, the organisation pays the assessor.
        What are the responsibilities of the SEI?
        What are the responsibilities of the Assessment organisation / person?
        Do people pay the SEI assessor just to assess or to help?
        What support does the SEI give?
        What is original objective of the SEI/Lead assessor?
        How does the Lead assessor perform his functions?
        Lots more questions...
        One has to see whether documentation for CMMI, etc is not clear, then who is responsible?

        Regards

        Prashant Swaroop wrote:

        This is a question which I am still not clear. Any help is appreciated.
        [PS]


      • Sameer Chhadha
        Dear pavgi, Please find below a mail send as reply to one of the members in response to a query. Kindly add - relevant subject line with the suggestion of
        Message 3 of 7 , May 9, 2004
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          Dear pavgi,
          Please find below a mail send as reply to one of the members in response to a query. Kindly add - 'relevant subject line' with the suggestion of minimum requirements.
          thanks,
          Sameer
           
           
          hello all,

          a hint on keeping the information exchange
          in this mailing list alive:
          mailing list communication is highly dependent
          on information _exchange_ rather than uni-directional
          information flow from sources to sinks.

          questions in the deliberate sense of "solve
          my problem / do my homework" are not likely
          to be appropriately answered. on my opinion
          a minimun requirement is to explain
          a.) the organisational context.
          b.) the relation to CMMI and process improvement.
          c.) activities that have been executed to solve
              the problem before turning to the list.
          d.) the problem and its context.
          e.) some accompanying words like "hello/hi/please/regards"
              to express some degree of mutual respect.

          best regards,



          pavgi pavgi <pavgi_pavgi@...> wrote:

          While not quite being answered by the SEI assessment leader or by the SEI directly, the organisation pays the assessor.
          What are the responsibilities of the SEI?
          What are the responsibilities of the Assessment organisation / person?
          Do people pay the SEI assessor just to assess or to help?
          What support does the SEI give?
          What is original objective of the SEI/Lead assessor?
          How does the Lead assessor perform his functions?
          Lots more questions...
          One has to see whether documentation for CMMI, etc is not clear, then who is responsible?

          Regards

          Prashant Swaroop wrote:

          This is a question which I am still not clear. Any help is appreciated.
          [PS]




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        • pavgi pavgi
          Hi Thanks Still issue remains Regards Pavgi Sameer Chhadha wrote: Dear pavgi, Please find below a mail send as reply to one of the
          Message 4 of 7 , May 14, 2004
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            Hi
            Thanks
            Still issue remains
            Regards
            Pavgi


            Sameer Chhadha <sameer629@...> wrote:
            Dear pavgi,
            Please find below a mail send as reply to one of the members in response to a query. Kindly add - 'relevant subject line' with the suggestion of minimum requirements.
            thanks,
            Sameer
             
             
            hello all,

            a hint on keeping the information exchange
            in this mailing list alive:
            mailing list communication is highly dependent
            on information _exchange_ rather than uni-directional
            information flow from sources to sinks.

            questions in the deliberate sense of "solve
            my problem / do my homework" are not likely
            to be appropriately answered. on my opinion
            a minimun requirement is to explain
            a.) the organisational context.
            b.) the relation to CMMI and process improvement.
            c.) activities that have been executed to solve
                the problem before turning to the list.
            d.) the problem and its context.
            e.) some accompanying words like "hello/hi/please/regards"
                to express some degree of mutual respect.

            best regards,



            pavgi pavgi <pavgi_pavgi@...> wrote:

            While not quite being answered by the SEI assessment leader or by the SEI directly, the organisation pays the assessor.
            What are the responsibilities of the SEI?
            What are the responsibilities of the Assessment organisation / person?
            Do people pay the SEI assessor just to assess or to help?
            What support does the SEI give?
            What is original objective of the SEI/Lead assessor?
            How does the Lead assessor perform his functions?
            Lots more questions...
            One has to see whether documentation for CMMI, etc is not clear, then who is responsible?

            Regards

            Prashant Swaroop wrote:

            This is a question which I am still not clear. Any help is appreciated.
            [PS]




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          • Mathi Ezhil Arasu
            Hi, Which issues still remains? The Diff between Risk & Issue Or Your query on the SEI and LA roles and responsibilities Kindly be specific The former was
            Message 5 of 7 , May 15, 2004
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              Hi,

               

              Which issues still remains?

               

              The Diff between Risk & Issue

               

              Or

               

              Your query on the SEI and LA roles and responsibilities

               

              Kindly be specific

               

              The former was already answered in detail by many friends and in many instances

               

              I have inlined some points for the latter, PSB

               

              Best Regards,

              Mathi E Arasu

              marasu@...

              Principal Consultant

              +91-98412 89064

               


              From: pavgi pavgi [mailto:pavgi_pavgi@...]
              Sent: Saturday, May 15, 2004 10:17 AM
              To: cmmi_process_improvement@yahoogroups.com
              Subject: Re: [CMMi Process Improvement] Diff. Bet. Risk & Issue?

               

              Hi

              Thanks

              Still issue remains

              Regards

              Pavgi



              Sameer Chhadha <sameer629@...> wrote:

              Dear pavgi,

              Please find below a mail send as reply to one of the members in response to a query. Kindly add - 'relevant subject line' with the suggestion of minimum requirements.

              thanks,

              Sameer

               

               

              hello all,

              a hint on keeping the information exchange
              in this mailing list alive:
              mailing list communication is highly dependent
              on information _exchange_ rather than uni-directional
              information flow from sources to sinks.

              questions in the deliberate sense of "solve
              my problem / do my homework" are not likely
              to be appropriately answered. on my opinion
              a minimun requirement is to explain
              a.) the organisational context.
              b.) the relation to CMMI and process improvement.
              c.) activities that have been executed to solve
                  the problem before turning to the list.
              d.) the problem and its context.
              e.) some accompanying words like "hello/hi/please/regards"
                  to express some degree of mutual respect.

              best regards,



              pavgi pavgi <pavgi_pavgi@...> wrote:

              While not quite being answered by the SEI assessment leader or by the SEI directly, the organisation pays the assessor.

              [Kings] The Organization pay to the LA and also to the SEI for the Kit charges (in case of CMM)

              What are the responsibilities of the SEI?

              [Kings] Pls. visit the www.sei.cmu.org to gather more insights on this

              What are the responsibilities of the Assessment organisation / person?

              [Kings] Assessment Sponsor & Organization need to provide the resources,

              Support, commitment to help conduct the Assessment

              If you also refer the personnel in the Organization in your question

              They are required to provide their answers and feedback to the LA and provide any documentary evidences when required

              Do people pay the SEI assessor just to assess or to help?

              [Kings] LA has to be paid only for the Assessment

              If you need any help, then you should have paid your Consultant

              Paying the LA for help means a lot and is not practiced to maintain the objective and integrity of the Assessments

              What support does the SEI give?

              [Kings] Details are available on the SEI website,

              But briefly, the SEI will develop, train and maintain the CMM / CMMI model, the Assessment method like CBA IPI / SCAMPI

              Also maintains the Assessment records and periodically publishes the Maturity Profiles of all completed assessments

              What is original objective of the SEI/Lead assessor?

              [Kings] To conduct the ATM Training and the Assessment leading to the Maturity / Capability Rating

              To identify the strengths and weaknesses and areas for improvement of the assessed Organization in this regard

              To report the findings of the Assessment to the Assessment Sponsor and to file the reports with the SEI

              How does the Lead assessor perform his functions?

              [Kings] There are lots of functions to be performed through the application of his / her learnings, training undergone and practical experiences and relating to the business objectives of the Assessed Organizations

              Lots more questions...

              [Kings] Kindly excuse

              One has to see whether documentation for CMMI, etc is not clear, then who is responsible?

              [Kings] If the document is not clear, it’s the normal practice that the Author of the Artifact is to take the responsibility.

              If the author of the document is not available, then the responsibility falls on the entire Organization

              Regards

              Prashant Swaroop wrote:

              This is a question which I am still not clear. Any help is appreciated.
              [PS]


               


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            • ranjeet chhabra
              Hi all, theres a query related to implementation of SAM process area SP1.1 & 2.1. If the organization has only one acquistion type in which it deals i.e.
              Message 6 of 7 , May 17, 2004
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                Hi all,
                theres a query related to implementation of SAM
                process area SP1.1 & 2.1.
                If the organization has 'only one' acquistion type in
                which it deals i.e. 'Obtaining products through a
                contractual agreement', then what is the significance
                of SP2.1- 'Review COTS Products' and how it can be
                satisfied during assessment?
                Thanks,
                Ranjeet





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