Building common ontologies, setting up measurement programs, and conducting interviews are valid techniques to start eliciting knowledge and experience for later reuse. However, they appear too expensive and too resource-demanding in many industrial environments. This paper presents a light-weight approach to capturing important reusable material, including experiences. The LIDs approach includes defined process steps and templates to create reusable material for different kinds of users. It has emerged pragmatically from our long-standing process improvement work with different business units.
»LIDs: A Light-Weight Approach to Experience Elicitation and Reuse«