Quality Management Planning

Quality Management Planning

Quality Management
As economies worldwide grow, and manufacturing continues to increase output exponentially in almost every sector, quality control tends, at times, to atrophy and become, to some extent, superfluous. Quality is often relegated to secondary or tertiary levels of importance. This is in large part because reaching production goals, meeting schedules and staying within prescribed budgets are more critical than turning out a good product. In other words, most project manager's focus is almost entirely set on the triple constraints: scope, cost and time. However, we all know that these constraints are only a part of a successful project. This is why we have to have a Quality Management Plan (QMP) in place for all projects, which, at a minimum, must contain Quality Metrics. As I teach in my courses, we…
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