Project Quality Management : Project Management

1195 Words Nov 18th, 2015 5 Pages
In 1994, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) defined quality as "the totality of characteristics of an entity that bear on its ability to satisfy stated or implied needs”. When applying these two definitions to project management it means the inputs used in defining the project requirements from the donor and the beneficiaries must meet the intended objectives of the project.
Consequently, project managers have a role of ensuring that all project activities necessary to designing, planning and implementing a project are effective and efficient. This is with respect to the purpose of the objective and its performance. This role can be achieved when project managers carry out project quality management.
The misconception that project quality management is a separate and independent process that occurs at the end of a project, and measures the level of quality of the output is misleading because this will be all about finding and fixing errors. A true project quality management is not only a continuous monitoring of quality processes, but also an application of the quality processes in all aspects of the project.
Project Quality tools are used to control the quality in a project. This paper comprehensively discusses these tools. Its purpose is to enlighten project managers on the quality control tools that can help them deliver better quality.

Project Quality Management: The Basic Tools Used
Project quality management is a continuous process that runs…
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