Managing early-phase risks is akin to laying a solid foundation on which future project success can be built. The central theme of this article is to identify and create an awareness of major risks that can have a deleterious impact if not managed well—and propose some practical steps to manage them.
Lean practices have revolutionized the manufacturing industry; the application of lean principles have also had a big impact in construction, IT, services and health care. In this webinar we will share some of those principles and practices and give examples how they can be used in a large variety of projects.
Has your organization or quality management team gone through the effort of adopting the Plan, Do, Check, Act (PDCA) strategy for making improvements to various processes? This talk will dive into what it really takes for an organization, or even a department within, to make true gains from the PDCA process.
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이 샘플 프로젝트 헌장은 완료해야 할 작업의 범위, 목표 및 전반적인 접근 방식을 정의하는 데 도움이됩니다. 프로젝트를 시작, 계획, 실행, 통제 및 평가하는 데 중요한 요소입니다. 프로젝트 목표 및 범위, 범위, 조직, 추정치, 작업 계획 및 예산에 대한 프로젝트의 단일 참조 점이어야합니다. 또한 프로젝트 팀과 프로젝트 스폰서 간의 계약으로 예산, 시간 제약, 위험, 자원 및 프로젝트에 대해 합의 된 표준에 따라 제공 될 내용을 설명합니다.
The Project Completion Report is the final document produced for the project and is used by sponsor, steering committee and senior management to assess the success of the project, identify best practices for future projects, resolve all open issues and formally close the project.
Use this Excel sheet to keep track of the status of multiple projects. You can log project state, assigned staff, next steps and more.
This single-page PDF flowchart shows the workflow diagram that clearly illustrates the stages of a typical project, which consists of relations between all parts of the project cycle. Workflow diagrams are used to represent the transferring of deliverables during the project phases, to study and analyze the working processes, and to optimize a workflow. Use it as a visual refresher or teaching tool.
이 재료 체크리스트 및 사인 오프 양식은 모든 유형의 재료 검사에 사용할 수 있습니다. 이것은 품질 관리 과정에서 건설에 널리 사용되지만 다른 비 건설 분야에도 적용될 수 있습니다.
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Every project manager is familiar with the project management triangle, comprised of scope, time and cost. Quality, resources and risk are additional factors that must be accounted for to achieve project success. The focus here is to understand how these constraints are still relevant in the age of agile.
Start your agile development team with the mantra: No manual test cases! Quality comes from collaboration and rapid feedback, not documentation. Let’s take a look.
Management philosophy believes that what is measured gets managed. Hence, metrics suggest whether the process is in order or needs external interference. They form the basis of control in any organization. Learn more about the key features of effective metrics.
Quality has always been the key factor in successful project management. The philosophies of lean, agile and kaizen are proving to be key enablers of delivering quality products and services consistently.
A quality audit determines a level of conformance to requirements of a system, process or product. The requirements can be company policies, standards and procedures, or norms and regulations. This article contains general information about quality audits, as well as rules to follow for both auditors and auditees.
IT application development projects can be challenging and stressful. The efforts of the successful team need to be recognized and celebrated. In this article, the author makes the case for greater celebration of application code and the coders who write it.
Commitment to quality and implementation of programs aimed at process improvement are becoming focal points to increase overall performance. The incorporation of total quality management (TQM), a leading management philosophy, with strategic planning is natural and inevitable.
Though there is lot of bias toward increasing velocity every iteration to release more features faster, if there is no attention to quality, the system will soon become fragile—and will not be able to house scope changes in the future. How do we balance these forces?
One common failure pattern in creating agile development teams is taking a regular software tester, assigning them to the new team and expecting them to perform in new ways that elevate the team to high performance. What does a good agile tester look like? What should we expect of them? And how do we find them?
Most project teams test their own projects when it comes to component, system and regression testing instead of having a third set of independent eyes do it. But is this the best idea?
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