SCRAM Introduction Course
SCRAM Introduction Course (2 days)
Presented by Ms Angela Tuffley
$1,430 inc GST per student (incl. course material, lunch and refreshments each day)
- 10% discount for additional students from the same organisation
- 20% discount for Australian Department of Defence personnel
Why do you need to know about SCRAM?
According to a Gartner Survey (2012)
“The single most common reason that projects are considered a failure, is because they are substantially LATE”.
The Schedule Compliance Risk Assessment Methodology (SCRAM) is a powerful tool developed to assist experienced engineers and subject matter experts to consistently identify root causes of schedule slippage, recommend remedial actions and get projects “Back on Track”.
It embodies best practices from systems and software engineering; schedule development and project schedule execution management to benefit program managers and decision makers.
SCRAM can be used to:
- Determine and quantify schedule compliance risk
- Assess and analyse schedule feasibility
- Validate tendered schedules in bids
- Identify the root cause of project schedule slippage
- Ascertain a project’s ‘health’ status
- Focus project risk mitigation effort
SCRAM is collaborative effort between the Australian Department of Defence; Software Metrics Inc. and RedBay Consulting Pty Ltd.
Who should attend?
The SCRAM Introduction course will be of benefit to:
- company executives, project directors, project managers
- project controllers, project schedulers, risk managers, system/software engineers
- anyone interested in learning about identifying schedule risk and maintaining compliance
The SCRAM Introduction Course is a comprehensive overview to the methodology. It presents the processes and considerations for planning, constructing a schedule and executing a project using schedule based management techniques to specifically reduce the risk of schedule slippage.
- SCRAM Overview
- SCRAM Assessment Process
- The Root Cause Analysis of Schedule Slippage (RCASS) Model
- SCRAM Process Reference/Assessment Model
- Schedule Risk Analysis and Parametric Modelling)
Participants should have a good knowledge of project management and systems/software engineering. This course is a prerequisite for the SCRAM Assessor Course.
Included in the SCRAM Introduction course is:
- A copy of the course material
- An electronic copy of the SCRAM Process Reference / Assessment Model
- Lunch and refreshments
- Q&A with one of the authors of the methodology (Ms Tuffley)
Dates & Locations
Course Presenter: Angela Tuffley
With over 35 years’ experience, Angela Tuffley is established as a pre-eminent, international expert providing professional services (training, assessment & consultancy) for the acquisition, engineering and support of software intensive systems.
As the Principal of RedBay Consulting, Angela’s focus is on Schedule Compliance Risk Assessment (SCRAM), the Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI); and ISO/IEC 15504 Information Technology Process Assessment (SPICE).
Angela is a co-author of the SCRAM Methodology, SCRAM Principal and Adjunct Senior Lecturer with Griffith University. She has a Bachelor of Science and a Graduate Diploma in Software Quality from Griffith University. She is an engaging public speaker and trainer.