Systems Analysis: example of DDT


 

Deliverable definition tables are easy to create and are very useful for representing the mapping human resources to deliverables.

Here’s an example DDT from a group project I was apart of in graduate school. 

 

Deliverable Definition Table

The following table lists the deliverable for the project, with classifications and resources required for each:

Deliverable

Structure

Approval Needed By

Resources Required

Software Requirements Document

Document

Technical Lead

Technical analysts

Software Architecture Document

Document

Technical Lead

Technical analysts

Prioritized Subsystems List

Document

Technical Lead and Project Manager

Technical Analysts

Master Test Plan

Document

Technical Lead and Project Manager

Technical Analysts

Qualified Hosting Candidates List

Document

Technical Lead and Project Manager

Technical Lead, Program Manager, Technical Analysts, Hosting provider contacts

Contract with new Hosting Provider

Document

Program Manager, Accounting

Program Manager, Accounting, Technical Staff, HR

Shipping contract/invoice

Document

Program Manager

 

Master Test Plan Acceptance sheets

Document

Technical Lead

Technical Analysts

Application

Hardware

Program Manager

Technical Staff

Modified SAD (if applicable)

Document

Program Manager

Technical Analysts

Problem Reports (if applicable)

Document

Program Manager

Technical Analysts

Figure 1: Deliverable Definition Table

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