Updated: Jan 19
This checklist will review 25 simple questions and principles that will help you guarantee that your team has the right motivation and approach to handle any project goals.
Is your team familiar with the deliverables they need to provide during the project?
Does your team believe they can accomplish the job in the suggested timeframe?
Are your team members familiar with the responsibilities (Personal and Team)?
Does your team have enough knowledge of the application-supported platforms?
Does your team know to use the automation framework (If used)?
Does your team have enough product experience to handle the testing effort?
Are the testing tasks distributed fairly among the team members?
Can each team member contribute to the success of the project?
Do you know what the technical boundaries of the team members are?
Does your team understand the "business case" behind the project?
Do you have sufficient resources to handle the project goals?
Is your team motivated enough to handle the testing effort?
Do the team members respect you so that they can follow you?
Do the people in the team communicate well with you?
Does your team understand the goals of the project?
Does your team have experience in similar projects?
Does your team familiar with the project timelines?
Does your team is built in the correct hierarchy?
Do the people in the team communicate well?
Does your team know the risks of the project?
Does your team understand the test strategy?
Does your team have an exemplary commitment?
What is the ratio of testers to developers?
Is your team familiar with you?
Does your team have good communication with the other groups involved in the project (Developers, DB, Support, etc.)?