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Team Climate ConStroller has successfully completed MSD I and is ready to move forward into MSD II.
MSD I: Readiness to move to Build & TestMSD I Documents:
- 1st Draft of Team's Shared Vision for IMAGINE RIT
- Team's Shared Vision for MSD II Week 5 Demo
- Team's Plan for MSD II Part 1
- Team's Plan for MSD II Part 2
- Team's Problem Tracking
- MSD I Post-Mortem
- 1st Draft of Test Plans
- All team members present and prepared to report on team and individual status.
- All team MSD deliverables are complete and uploaded, and ready to be graded.
- Guide is present and prepared to evaluate all items included in the review.
- Review should take about an hour.
Status ReviewCurrent State of the Project
After the Detailed Design Review, the team made some changes. The green boxes indicate the team has addressed the issue and is ready to proceed to build and test. The yellow boxes indicate that the team has discusses the issue and expects to be ready for build and test, but the issue will not be worked out until the next phase.
Original Project vs. Current Project
- Has the scope of your project changed?
Throughout the course of MSD I, the scope has undergone some minor changes. Because one of our teammates pitched the project, the scope needed to be adjusted to meet the needs of the team and what could be achieved throughout the year.
- How and why did your schedule change?
- The schedule changed based on the change in scope of our project, the needs and abilities of the team, and the team got a better feel for how they would work together and was better at determining the timeline of tasks.
- What have you learned from these changes?
- It is important to be realistic of what you can accomplish in a set time frame.
- It is useful to keep the scope in mind and make sure your customer is satisfied.
Team Member Status All team members felt that they were successful with their contributions to the team. Emily worked hard as the project manager to ensure the team stayed on schedule. Prince was responsible for assisting with the electrical tasks and took the lead on purchasing. The draft of the test plans were completed by Christina. Danielle and Maura were successful with developing a ventilation system and working out the heat transfer calculations. Last, but not least, Ian was responsible for working on the electrical systems of the stroller. All members equally contributed to this project and feel we are ready to move forward to the build phase of MSD II.
Risk Assessment Status
During MSD 1, the team has worked to reduce the likelihood of the risks identified below. 53% of our important risks have been closed out. Risks that remain with a likelihood value of 3 relating to the stroller design have a test plan identified to mitigate the risk in MSD 2.
Tentative MSD II schedule