• Stephen Stofanak

T-Design a Solution Deliverable

Updated: Nov 6, 2021

Designing a deliverable can be everything from a sketch on the back of a napkin to using sophisticated design tools.

  • Begin work package titles with a verb; create, develop, research, design, approve, etc.

  • Entering a title for this work package that begins with a verb will provide focus

  • Provide guidance, & requirements appropriate for the people doing the work

  • For some the title may be all that's needed, others may need a step by step description

  • Encourage the people doing the work to describe the work, before, during, & after doing it

  • Monitor what's entered often to determine if it needs to be updated to ensure clarity

  • Identify and verify that all design resources, internal and external along with appropriate knowledge, skills, software, and tools are available when required.

  • Verify if budget is available & if approvals will be required.

  • Describe designs that need to be created prior to developing the deliverables

  • Identify if preliminary designs need to be created, how many, who will need to review each iteration, the approval criteria

  • Identify who will approve the preliminary & final designs.

  • Describe the design process.

  • Define any unique design skills and tools that will be required.