Checklist for Doing an Assessment of a Project Plan
It is quite tedious to ascertain as to whether a project plan is complete or not. There are many considerations that need to be addressed while finalizing the plan of a software project. Following checklist offers many thoughtfully designed questions to help the QA managers & team leads in assessing the completeness of their software project plan.
A project plan may be termed as incomplete, if the following checklist identifies large number of checkpoints bearing negative response.
|How to use the following checklist:
1) We record the conditions or observed results by marking a checkmark in either of the 2 – data columns against various check points or defect statements on the checklist.
2) A checkmark in the “Yes” column against an item indicates that the checkpoint or the defect statement is True.
3) A checkmark in the “N/A” column against an item indicates that the checkpoint or the defect
statement is not applicable.
Preview of the Checklist for Assessing a Project Plan
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