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Code Review Checklist Form

Code Review Checklist Form

So many projects run along and create software, they test the software and think that is enough.
A piece of code may actually function well and pass testing, but underneath turn out to actually be a great big disaster waiting to happen.

You should essentially consider code reviews as just another critical test in the project, and not an optional task. Read More…

 

Meeting Templates to improve your meeting efficiency

To ensure your meetings are effective and efficient you need to ensure you set them up for success. Top tips on making your meetings more effective. Always have a plan, make sure you set a purpose and agenda and it is shared prior to the meeting Have timings against agenda items. Read More…

 

RACI Matrix and Role Communication Templates

Documenting and communicating the roles and responsibilities of each person involved in a project, be they team members or stakeholders, is an extremely important step, and not one that should be underestimated.  Not only is this important in a project but also in an operational team. Clear roles and responsibilities can help avoid confusion. Read More…

 

Stakeholder Communication Tools – Activity Schedule

Having a common understanding of what is happening in your project and your stakeholders understanding their roles, actions and impacts of those has the potential to make or break a project.  Well if there is not an understanding there will at least be confusing and disruption.  Read more…

Requirements Completeness Checklist

Once you have found your way to the root cause of the problem you need to make sure you document all the possible requirements to solve that problem. Missing requirements can only lead to disaster.

Use this checklist to make sure you have covered and assessed all the possible requirements.
Want some tips on getting to the root cause? Check some out here.

Team Kick-Off Guide

A team kick off should serve a few purposes. It is a perfect opportunity for everyone to gain a common understanding of what the project is all about, set expectations on how everyone should operate, share the role of each team member and most importantly provide an opportunity to bond and get to know each other on a more personal level.

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