Following on from the success of the MISRA track at previous editions of the embedded world Exhibition & Conference, MISRA is pleased to announce the continuation of this collaboration into 2024:
The embedded world Conference in collaboration with MISRA is calling for proposals for a special MISRA session. The session will provide opportunities to hear about the latest developments from the MISRA Working Groups, including a Session Keynote from myself, as the Chair of the MISRA C Working Group.
As Chairman of the MISRA C Working Group, I am pleased to announce the release of MISRA C:2023 (MISRA C Third edition, Second revision). This is a further update which incorporates Amendments 2, 3 and 4 (AMD2, AMD3, AMD4) and Technical Corrigendum 2 (TC2) and provides support for C11 and C18 language features.
At the present time this document is available in PDF form, but an option for purchase of hardcopies using a “print on demand” service should be available soon.
My thanks to all involved in creating this new revised version.
Note: Contrary to some media reports, the publication of MISRA C:2023 is not late… there were never any plans to publish it at Embedded World 2023 – in fact, the intention was that the new version wouldn’t be available until 2024. Publication was brought *forward* to mark the 25th anniversary!
What does “Third Edition, Second Revision” mean?
The following primary editions of MISRA C have been released:
MISRA C:1998 – The first edition
MISRA C:2004 – The second edition
MISRA C:2012 – The third edition
Subsequent to the publication of MISRA C:2012, further incremental updates have been released, and consolidated into revised documents:
MISRA C:2012 (Feb 2019) – The Third edition, First revision
Also informally known as MISRA C:2019
Incorporates amendment 1 (AMD1) and technical corrigendum 1 (TC1)
MISRA C:2023 (Apr 2023) – The Third edition, Second revision
incorporates amendments 2 (AMD2), 3 (AMD3) and 4 (AMD4), plus technical corrigendum 2 (TC2)
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Regular readers will know that I have already self-assessed as having met the required standard in four of the the forty-nine Leadership Components identified by the Institution of Leadership & Management (InstLM):
No.01 Authenticity: Self Awareness
No.12 Vision: Future Readiness
No.19 Achievement: Resilience
No.20 Achievement: Adaptability
As I’d given myself the objective of refreshing my leadership skills during the summer, it seemed the logical next step to start chalking off a few more of these componets – and being me, I decided to do them in order…
The forty-nine Leadership Components are grouped into five Leadership Dimensions:
Authenticity (8 components)
Vision (8 components)
Achievement (10 components)
Ownership (12 components)
Collaboration (11 components)
The first Leadership Dimension is Authenticity. It is composed of eight Leadership Components:
Each Leadership Component is formed of web-based self-study material
a Leadership Dimension page, as a component overview
one or more Spotlights, offering more detailed guidance on a particular sub-topic
most components have additional resources, including videos, worksheets, podcasts etc
a self-assessment test (you have to pass to get the Standard Met badge)
As a rough estimate, reading everything, watching all the videos and completing all the worksheets takes approximately one hour per component… and if you achieve the required standard in all components, you get a badge:
Having achieved Standard Met, the next step is to arrange a more formal conversation, to become Certified… I’ll leave that for another day…
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The course material is split into three sections, with an associated self-assessment questionnaire – these three sections are each linked to one of the InstLM’s 49 leadership components.
The three topics covered are:
Resilience leadership component,
Adaptability leadership component, and
Future-ready leadership component.
Obviously, in the context of a free course, lasting only a couple of hours including the assessments and some background reading, the depth is not massive – but I felt it was a good refresher of the concepts… and most importantly, I got a badge 🙂
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At the Institute of Leadership and Management we believe leadership is crucial to success in all human endeavour, and fundamental to this is what happens between people. Sustained, optimal performance is achieved by working together towards a common goal in a trusting environment which, while objective, is guided by strong moral values and celebrates the human dimension. Our Leadership Dimensions give structure to this approach and so your responses have been ranked relative to; Authenticity, Collaboration, Ownership, Achievement and Vision. We know you are on a journey and so Your Report recognises your strengths and indicates areas which may benefit from further reflection.
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Having undertaken the MyLeadership Profile self-assessment, my results showed:
I guess that’s a pretty good basis to start from. Plus I got a badge…