Launch Report - Cycle <n>
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Grading Rubric - Launch Report - Cycle <N>
This rubric outlines the grading criteria for this document. Note that the criteria represent a plan for grading. Change is possible, especially given the dynamic nature of this course. Any change will be applied consistently for the entire class.
Achievement Minimal Limited Satisfactory Exemplary Score
Section(s) missing, not Serious omissions or Some problems with Provides all relevant Content
useful, inconsistent, or problems with content. completeness or details information correctly and
wrong. of content with appropriate detail Post Mortem 40 Plan 30
10 Many serious mistakes Several large issues or Some small grammar or Grammar, punctuation, Grammar and
in grammar or spelling many smaller ones spelling issues and spelling all correct Spelling
10 Very difficult to Hard to follow or poor Mostly easy to read and Clear and concise. A Expression
understand word choices understand pleasure to read
Tone not appropriate for Tone somewhat Mostly professional tone Tone is consistently Tone
technical writing unprofessional professional
10 Very hard to find Information difficult to Can find information All information is easy to Organization
information locate with slight effort find and important points
Layout makes it harder Layout is inconsistent or Layout is reasonable, Layout is attractive, Layout
to understand and use not visually appealing or consistent and generally consistent, and helps
the document supportive helpful guide the reader
Launch Report - Cycle <n> This report documents the launch of a new project cycle. It includes a post mortem of the
cycle just completed, and basic elements of a plan for the cycle being launched.
Post Mortem - Cycle <n>
The Plan – Cycle <n>
The project schedule is shown on the pages that follow.