MANAGING PROJECT QUALITY

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MANAGING PROJECT QUALITY

Contents:
  • Introduction to Project Quality Management
  • Project Quality Initiation
  • Project Quality Planning
  • Project Quality Assurance
  • Project Quality Control
  • Project Quality Closure
  • Summary and Challenges



This book explicitly links the two fields and reinforces their convergence.

We believe that the quality context (organizational and environmental),
processes, and tools are essential to project management success. In turn,
project stages and activities are essential to implementing quality management
success. It is equally important to manage quality processes within the
project stages and to manage the project’s impact on its external context. A
successful project manager uses the activities and tools to increase quality
within the project stages and helps shape the external organizational and
environmental context so that it remains supportive of project success.
As a result of their temporary nature, managing projects is intrinsically
different from managing ongoing operations. However, many quality concepts
and techniques have been developed primarily for use in ongoing
operations. In this book, we adapt many quality tools and concepts to meet
the unique challenges of projects. The purpose of this book is to present a
roadmap and tools for managing project quality.

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