The Ultimate Project Manager, Chapter 14: Managing Project Quality (RV-10438)
Have you produced projects that did not meet you or your client’s expectations, despite having a skilled team and rigid project management plan? This could have been because quality was not accounted for early on in the project. The purpose of this course is to show you methods and tools you can use to implement and improve the quality of your projects.
You will learn:
How to build quality into your project
How to estimate the annual costs of a substandard project to determine the how much you should spend on meeting quality expectations How to work within quality assurance programs and manage the quality control process
How to review the quality of your project, allowing you to improve the quality of your project And
How to prepare for design changes that can unexpectedly show up
Business Practices / Contracts / HR
Health, Safety and Welfare
By the end of this course you should be able to:
List factors that could affect how a client defines a project’s quality.
Describe how quality can be implemented into your project at the start of the project using the five ways of how to build quality in a project.
Estimate the cost of maintaining quality on your project by calculating the substandard quality of project using direct and indirect costs.
Explain the purpose of quality assurance programs.
Compare and contrast the four different quality control programs: quality assurance, quality control, quality improvement, and total quality management.
Affirm the purpose of the seven different reviews in the quality control process. Provide the six ways that will help you improve the quality of your projects.
Identify components of quality control checklists for design drawings, design calculations, and design specifications.
Explain why management would want to use the Lead Design Management and Lean Construction to approach a project and how it can be implemented.
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