Quality standards or requirements related to meeting the stakeholder expectations
Quality control in the Green Computing project can use many tools and techniques. Since information technology projects use testing extensively to ensure quality, following tools can be used.
These diagrams help to think through causes of a problem thoroughly. Their major benefit is that they push you to consider all possible causes of the problem, rather than just the ones that are most obvious. The approach combines brainstorming with use of a type of concept map.
Cause and Effect Diagrams are also known as Fishbone Diagrams, because a completed diagram can ...view middle of the document...
For example, the communication issue I am having with the webcam. The cause en effect teaches you to write down the exact problem you face in detail. Where appropriate recognize who is involved, what the issue is, and when and where it takes place. This tool also recommends me to write the problem in a box on the left hand side of a large sheet of paper, to draw a line across the paper horizontally from the box.
Second, the cause en effect diagram applied here; work out the major factors involved.
The tool says to identify the factors that may contribute to the problem. In my case, I will see what contribute to the webcam issues. And I will draw lines off the spine for each factor, and label it; the factors here are wiki and webcam. The issue is the team project and the tools used to communicate, they do not all agree to the same tools. I will draw out as many possible factors as possible. A brainstorming may be a good time because I am trying to solve the problem as part of a group.
Finally, this tool will help me identify possible causes and analyze my diagram. For each of the factors I considered in second point, brainstorm possible causes of the problem that may be related to the factor. After all I should be able to have a diagram showing all the possible causes of your problem that you can think of. Depending...