Planning & Execution
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Team Values and Norms
- Each team member is expected to be on time and should inform other team members if he will be late.
- Quality of Work
- All members should maintain a high standard of work regardless of how small or big the task is.
- Respectful & Ethical Behavior
- All members should always maintain ethical and professional behavior throughout the project when dealing with other team members, customers, and guides.
- All members should communicate clearly and consistently.
- All members should contribute equally towards the success of the project.
- All members are expected to consistently follow the established team values.
NormsEvery team member will conduct a periodic peer assessment of their teammates. The rubric below indicates how each team member will assess their peers. These 'Norms' reflect how each team member expects their peers to meet the team 'Values'.
- Members should be on time for all group and customer meetings.
- Other members should be informed if someone is going to be late.
Quality of Work
- Maintain a high standard of work.
- Each task should be completed to the best of everyone's ability.
Respectful & Ethical Behavior
- Members should treat each other with respect.
- All work and communication should be handled ethically.
- Members should communicate consistently so that everyone is aware of what everyone else is working on.
- All communications from customer should be shared with all group members.
- All members should have equal contribution.
- All members should follow their role.
- Members should meet these norms to the best of their ability.
- Members should be trustworthy.
Project Plans & Schedules
The team identified potential technical, resource, safety, environmental, and societal risks. For each risk, we identified the cause and effect, the likelihood, and the severity. From the likelihood and severity, we calculated an importance score in order to identify the risks that are most important to minimize or mitigate, and we assigned specific mitigation actions to certain team members. The document is updated periodically with new risks or changes to previous risks.
The live document can be found here