This project plan will assist with quality certification for the likes of ISO 9000, QS 9000, ISO 10006 for project management, ISO 10007 for configuration management, ISO 10012 for measurement systems, ISO 10013 for quality documentation and other applications.
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This package contains (1) a Quality Checklist template in Excel along with (2) instructions in Word. The macro-enabled workbook allows users to create checklist items as drop-down lists. Each drop-down element of a checklist item may be assigned a value and description.
This detailed quality control plan template provides a greater level of detail and is also used to track results of the tests that are performed. This template is completed by the testing team or similar function that is responsible for quality control, and once completed forms an important record of the tests carried out to validate the project outputs.
Quality management consists of a number of different elements, and this template is intended to provide a framework for identifying and managing each of those elements.
This simplified Quality Management Plan includes sections and questions/instructions for definitions, deliverables and acceptance criteria, quality assurance activities, project monitoring and control, and more.
This procedure describes the process of testing software code or products by the test team. It documents the procedure for the entire testing cycle: generating test plans, scheduling tests, conducting tests and reporting test results. This procedure applies to new development, as well as major and minor releases, including customized solutions delivered to customers.
This document allows you to manage quality within your project. It contains sheets to capture a quality management statement, a responsibilities log, an attributes sheet, and a control registry.
This quality plan and policy defines the specific business and technology quality targets to be achieved to fully satisfy all stakeholder and client requirements.
This Quality Plan Template includes sections and instructions for purpose, expectations, acceptance criteria, deliverables, standards, quality responsibilities, control and audit processes, document management procedures, and more.
Developers need checklists too. Everyone knows that spaghetti code is a no-no, but are your developers programming routines that are also cohesive, efficient, descriptively named, maintainable and necessary? Couldn't hurt to check those programmed routines against a quality standard.