Evaluating the iteration plan, Project Management

o Does the iteration plan identify a high level objective?

o Is the objective consistent with the highest priority requirement of the project?

o Are work items identified specific and verifiable? (IE are they associated with an artefact?)

o Are there measurable evaluation criteria specified for the work items? (IE is there a specific artefact state specified as an outcome?)

o Are completion times for work items reasonable?

o Is the overall time budget for the iteration reasonable?

o Is who is responsible for each work item identified?

o Does the iteration plan take into account any concerns and deviations noted in the previous iteration status assessment?

o Does the iteration plan demonstrate that any lessons learned in previous status assessments have been applied?

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