Having studied the initial concept, written about it and discussed it with fellow team members, you should have a pretty good idea about just what the end goal of your group project is.
As with any project, you will need to have some method of measuring how successful it is. Is the end product right, and is it the right end product?
Even at this early stage, you can already begin to record just how and what you will evaluate to determine the level of project success. The Project Quality Plan is just that - a list of measures and aims or expectations.
Project Quality Plan
This project will be successful if and when:
- All team members submit work within or on deadlines
- All functional and non-functional requirements have been met (determined through unit and integration testing)
- At least 1 comparison has been made with another like system
- Group members each contribute to meetings and support each other right to the final deadline
- The client has tested and accepted the final product.