Technical Debt, Project Management, Measurement and other SDLC processes: which relationship?

May 29, 2024 New Features

Hello Friends,

IFPUG Knowledge Café series brings you another opportunity to connect and learn from industry expert.

Technical Debt (TD) seems to be one of the new ‘buzzwords’ in the ICT arena from a few years. And TD seems to be something just related to ‘technical’ issues in a project. But often the delay created during the project lifetime can be due to other reasons (and processes). One of the possible answers can afford in some organizational processes such as Project Management and Measurement and the way to manage NFRs (Non-Functional Requirements).

Would you like to know more? Well, attend this presentation and let’s share some tips from a ‘measurable’ viewpoint moving from some of the most renown process standards such as CMMI and SPICE (ISO/IEC 33061:2021) such as play to the “Planning Game”!

This webinar will cover following topics –
(1) What is Technical Debt (TD) and how to face it ;
(2) How to distribute effort along the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) phases for creating Value to (several) stakeholders;
(3) Why Non-Functional Requirements (NFRs) and Project’s constraints and tasks (PRJ) are so difficult to be formalized into the Analysis/Design phase for being translated into WBEs (Work Breakdown Elements)?

Participants will gain knowledge about following from this presentation
(1) How to minimize/delete Technical Debt (TD) from projects;
(2) Project Management & Measurement: friends or foes?;
(3) Planning Game: a simple, but effective way to balance effort and costs in your projects

We are sure you will not miss this opportunity to learn. Please join this webinar to know more.

Date and Time:
June 25, 2024 : 9 a.m. Eastern Time (Time Conversion)


Luigi Buglione is a Measurement & Process Improvement Specialist at DXC Technology in Rome/Italy. Luigi is currently the IFPUG Secretary and Director for Partnerships and Academic Affairs, ISBSG Vice President and President of GUFPI-ISMA. He is a regular speaker at
international Conferences on Software/Service Measurement, Process Improvement and Quality and is actively part of International and National technical associations on such issues.He is also an ITIL4 and DevOps trainer. He achieved several certifications (included IFPUG CFPS [FPA], CSS [SNAP] and CSMS and COSMIC CCFL for the Software Measurement side) and received a Ph.D in MIS and a degree cum laude in Economics.