Planning & Execution
Table of Contents
Team Norms & Values
- Respectful and understanding
- Open to suggestions and asking lots of questions
- Willing and able to do work
- Distribution of Work
- Actions items list at the end of every meeting
- Delegating work according
- Team ups and solos- sometimes others will have more than usual, but helping is necessary
- Roles and Responsibilities
- Dependent of action items
- Roles picked based on strengths and weaknesses
- There will be times that team members are going to have to come up the learning curb to complete assignments.
- For the most part, you will have familiarity with the topic
- Guide Interaction
- Planned and concise meetings
- Have questions ready so as not to waste time
- Lead will be in contact with guide more, so as not to bombard guide
- Open, ask questions
- Keep an open mind
- Decision Process
- Consensus, but multiple ideas are welcomed. Advice from guide will be solicited when necessary.
- Every team member is expected to pull their weight and help others if possible.
- Go above and beyond when possible
- Managing Conflict
- Personal problems will be fixed outside the group
- Group problems- bring to lead unless it involves them.
- Talk about it and be able to set it aside for the sake of the group.
Project Plans & Schedules
A schedule was made in the form of a Gantt chart
A revised and updated schedule was created in Microsoft Project
Risk AssessmentWe created a Failure Mode and Effects Analysis chart to help keep track of potential problems and how to solve them.
Meeting Minutes, Notes, & Actions
9-3-13 Do to being unable to meet with Cooper Crouse-Hinds our team had a Mock Interview with Professor Varela to get some more information about the project.
9-5-13 we were able to have a Phone Interview with Joe Manahan from Cooper.
9-17-13 we were able to visit Cooper Crouse-Hinds and view the current system and watch a test being performed. This visit was very helpful because we were able to talk to the technicians and watch how the system is actually used and what needed to be improved on.
Preparation, notes and actions, etc.