Deciding when to release software is a tough decision, but staying on top of quality assurance makes it easier.
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Before you submit your proposed project for approval, maybe it's a good idea to look at it critically first. This checklist asks some hard questions you might not even have thought about.
There are a number of important tasks that are part of the final shutdown of a project. This checklist helps you keep track of them.
Before signing off the Software Requirements Specification, ask yourself the following questions.
Use this checklist when drawing up a preliminary list of people who will be needed on your project. It will help you keep in mind some key factors you should be thinking about when selecting project team members.
This handy checklist will help all project employees move your project's goods and services throughout your company's engineering, material, production and shipping departments.
This checklist is designed to help you ask and answer the tough questions about what defines your project and its mission. Before you start any work, take a quick look to make sure you haven't forgotten something important. (Hint: This document is excellent material for putting together your project plan!)
So, you're in the market to buy a software package, and you're putting that RFP together. Take a few minutes to go through this checklist to make sure you aren't forgetting anything important.
Are you building a new software system? Use this checklist to keep track of your progress as well as to make sure you don't forget any important steps along the way.
Make sure your IT projects are bulletproof. This checklist doubles as both a quality review plan and a risk assessment document.