This document will help you document the change control process for software products and applications.
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This procedure defines the activities involved in the lifecycle of software product development .
This quality plan and policy defines the specific business and technology quality targets to be achieved to fully satisfy all stakeholder and client requirements.
This Quality Plan Template includes sections and instructions for purpose, expectations, acceptance criteria, deliverables, standards, quality responsibilities, control and audit processes, document management procedures, and more.
Developers need checklists too. Everyone knows that spaghetti code is a no-no, but are your developers programming routines that are also cohesive, efficient, descriptively named, maintainable and necessary? Couldn't hurt to check those programmed routines against a quality standard.
Before you launch into the nitty-gritty details of your project plan, such as scheduling and resourcing, you had better make sure the project is in alignment with business objectives. Does it fit in with the existing business and technical environments of the enterprise? Is it even feasible? Does the customer approve of the proposed solution? Have you defined the solution clearly so you can plan it efficiently? Check it against this list.
Buying a software package? How do you know which package best suits your business environment and which vendor will serve you best? This checklist will help you evaluate the key questions and tend to the important details of procuring the right packaged application.
This form provides a quick and dirty assessment rating for product and development quality.
Not just for quality system manuals, this form could be used to keep tabs on any system manuals at your company.
Need to sell your business case to executive management? They will want to see the bottom line, which includes the benefits stated in quantifiable terms of value to the organization. Don't be vague. Quantify those benefits, as this example illustrates!