Project Quality Management

What is Quality?
Quality is “the degree to which a set of inherent characteristic fulfill requirements”
Inputs
"Conformance of requirements of the customer”- philip crosby
“Predictable uniformity & dependability at low cost and suited to market”- W Edward Deming
Fitness for use” – Joseph Juran
What is Quality Management

 

Project Quality Management
Project Quality Management

Perform Quality Control
It is the process of monitoring and recording results of executing the quality activities to assess performance and recommend necessary changes. It is performed throughout the life of project. QC requires the project manger or another qualified person to monitor and measure project results to determine whether the are up to quality standards. In case of non-conformance , root cause analysis is done.
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Plan Quality Management
Plan quality management is the process of identifying quality requirements for project and its deliverable. It provides guidance how quality will be managed and validated in project.
Plan Quality Management

Tools and Techniques of Plan Quality Management - Cost Benefit Analysis
“Cost Benefit Analysis is a procedure for evaluating the desirability of a project by weighting Benefits against Cost”. Results may be expressed in different ways, including internal rate of returns, net present value and benefit-cost ratio.
Cost Benefit Analysis
Cost of Quality – Looking at what cost of conformance and non conformance to quality and creating an appropriate balance.
Cost of Quality

Cost of Conformance- Money spent during the project to avoid failures
Cost of Non Conformance - Money spent during and after the project because of failures

Seven basic quality tools - 
1.Cause and Effect Diagram
It is also known as fishbone diagrams or as Ishikawa diagrams. The problem statement placed at the head of the fishbone is used as a starting point to trace the problem’s source back to its actionable root cause.
Cause and effect Diagram

2.Flowcharts
It is also referred to as process maps because they display the sequence of steps and the branching possibilities that exist for a process that transforms one or more inputs into one or more outputs.
Flowcharts

3.Checksheets
It is also known as tally sheets and may be used as a checklist when gathering data.
Checksheets

4.Pareto Diagram
It exist as a special form of vertical bar chart and are used to identify the vital few sources that are responsible for causing most of a problem’s effects.
Pareto Diagram

5.Histograms
It is a special form of bar chart and are used to describe the central tendency, dispersion, and shape of a statistical distribution.
Histograms

6.Control Charts
It is used to determine whether or not a process is stable or has predictable performance. Upper and lower specification limits are based on requirements of the agreement.
Control Charts

7.Scatter Diagram
Plot ordered pairs (X, Y) and are sometimes called correlation charts because they seek to explain a change in the dependent variable, Y, in relationship to a change observed in the corresponding independent variable, X.
Scatter Diagram

Perform Quality Assurance
It is the process of auditing the quality requirements and the results from quality control measurements to ensure that appropriate quality standards and operational definitions are used.
Perform Quality Assurance

 

Quality management and control tools - Seven basic control quality tools

1.Affinity Diagram
The affinity diagram is similar to mind-mapping techniques in that they are used to generate ideas that can be linked to form organized patterns of thought about a problem.
Affinity Diagram

2.Process decision program charts - (PDPC)
The PDPC is useful as a method for contingency planning because it aids teams in anticipating intermediate steps that could derail achievement of the goal.
PDPC

3.Interrelation Diagraph
The interrelationship digraphs provide a process for creative problem solving in moderately complex scenarios that possess intertwined logical relationships for up to 50 relevant items.
Interrelation Diagraph

4.Tree Diagram
Also known as systematic diagrams and may be used to represent decomposition hierarchies such as the WBS, RBS (risk breakdown structure), and OBS (organizational breakdown structure).
Tree Diagram
5.Network Diagrams
Previously known as arrow diagrams. The most commonly used, AON (Activity on Node) formats of a network diagram.
AON

6.Matrix Diagram
A quality management and control tool used to perform data analysis within the organizational structure created in the matrix.
Matrix Diagram

Control Quality
Control Quality is the process of monitoring and recording results of executing the quality activities to assess performance and recommend necessary changes.
Control Quality

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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