Planning & Execution
Table of Contents
Below is a table outlining the roles that have been assigned to each member of team P17325 based on factors such as their strengths and interests. These roles were chosen in the hopes of developing a team of Engineers that will compliment each other to achieve the project goals.
|Katie Brinskele||Project Manager||Industrial Engineering|
|Brandon Kulzer||Lead Engineer||Electrical Engineering|
|John Rueckel||Design Engineer||Mechanical Engineering|
|Ahmed Alebri||Structural Engineer||Mechanical Engineering|
|Brian Bradford||Purchaser||Biomedical Engineering|
|Eric Roth||Facilitator||Electrical Engineering|
Team Values and Norms
- Each member should take responsibility for his/her work, while also feeling welcome to admitting when he/she has hit obstacles and needs help.
- It is assumed all members of the team will be punctual. This means they will be on time to meetings with all work completed and ready for discussion. It is understood their may be some exceptions to this (i.e. sicknesses, emergencies, etc.).
- Each member of the team should have integrity in their work.
- All members should have trust in one and other.
- All members should strive for accuracy, while always achieving precision in his/her work.
Project Plans & SchedulesThe following chart is the first development of our planning phase. As we've just begun, it is difficult to project far into the future. It is important to note that we anticipate editing the plan quite a few times as we progress into the design phase.
Customers: Brendan Harder and Chris Rhoades
- Will communicate via email, or phone
- Any face to face communication for interviews and reviews will occur via Skype unless customers are in the Rochester area
John Rueckel is in charge of communications
- This responsibility means relaying messages between the team and the customer or the team and the guide, etc.
- Expectations being that all members will be cc-ed in emails
All in team communication will occur via Group Me or during scheduled meetings