Posts Tagged ‘ Quality Planning ’

QC Tools & Techniques

December 7, 2009
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QC Tools & Techniques

There are about ten tools that has been indicated as useful in the PMBOK, for the QC process. The first seven tools are also known as Ishikawa’s seven basic tools of quality. In this part 1 of the articles on QC tools and techniques, the five tools out of the seven are discussed. The...

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Quality Planning – Enterprise Environmental factors

November 23, 2009
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Quality Planning – Enterprise Environmental factors

Several factors related to the environment of the enterprise where the project is being implemented have an impact of the quality management plan being drawn. These factors are specific to the organization and the context in which it does its business. For example, these would include things like governmental regulations that apply to the...

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Quality Planning – Stakeholder Register & Cost Performance

November 21, 2009
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Quality Planning – Stakeholder Register & Cost Performance

Though the scope baseline is one of the most important inputs for the quality planning process, there are several other inputs that need to be considered to do an efficient and effective quality management plan. Stakeholder register, cost performance baseline and schedule baselines as well as the risk register are some more important inputs...

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Quality Planning: Scope Baseline

November 20, 2009
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Quality Planning: Scope Baseline

Quality is a dependent requirement. Quality indicates how well the deliverables defined in the scope is being delivered. If scope definition is incomplete or captured the requirements wrongly, the project/ product will be deficient in quality in the eyes of the internal (sponsor) or the external customer. The scope baseline defines the complete scope...

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