The easy way to make sure that your Tabletop
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Test, Boardroom Level Test):
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Do you need
conduct a table-top test and not sure where to start?
is your answer! Step by careful step, word by word,
paragraph by paragraph, and page by page, our template empowers
you to effectively plan for your next table-top test or exercise.
enjoy that our template is designed in a logical and flowing
manner, making it simple to modify to your specific
Detailed text, checklists and handy help
Here's an overview of the the
Testing and Exercise plan:
Section One - Overview: This
section provides an executive overview of the testing
exercise - providing high level details of the approach,
objectives, and structure of the exercise.
Section Two - Planning: This
section provides concise details of the exercise, and
includes sample objectives, resources and support
Section Three - Checklists:
Detailed lists are provided that cover the following areas:
Section Four - Report : This
section provides the framework for reporting on the outcomes
of the exercise, including:
Were the key objectives
What worked well during the
What didn't work as anticipated?
What improvements can be made to the
Section Five - Action Items: To
ensure that lessons learnt and opportunities for improvement
are maximised, a table is provided with the following
Action Item reference number
Person responsible for action item
A date when the action must be resolved
A completion date when the action was