Problem Statement and Organization

* Problem Statement: Each team submits a problem statement for the selected project. The problem statement clearly defines the scope and expected content of the project. It addresses novelty, customer needs, specifications, constraints, evaluation criteria, market, goals, and any other specific relevant issue of the project.

* Project Plan: Each team submits a work plan for the completion of the project. Identify individual members responsible for activities related to group management, design partition, and deliverables. Include a timeline with critical dates. A Gantt chart is a useful model.

* Task Assignments: Each team assigns detailed responsibilities for each member as stated in the Project Plan. Each team member details the specific tasks in supporting the project and team. The individual task assignments areĀ  integrated into a single group plan (not just cut and pasted together). Each person must understand their own responsibilities and the responsibilities of the other team members.