PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 15-Quality Assurance and Cost Control (RVLS-2871)
A good project manager should apply processes, best practices, and tools to ensure that all aspects of development incorporate quality standards as a project's product is being produced. The project manager should always look to the past to garner lessons learned and apply that knowledge so as not to repeat history where negative impacts were sustained. Quality Assurance and Cost Control training shows how the Project Quality knowledge area promotes those processes, tools and techniques that assist the project team in planning, delivering and controlling the right levels of quality throughout all project development processes.
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At the end of this course, you will be able to: Define Manage Quality and Control Quality. Describe the correlation between inputs, tools and techniques, and outputs of project activities. Define key terms and phrases used throughout these processes to help drive quality initiatives. Answer test questions comparable to those you may encounter when taking a project management professional certification exam
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