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For an accountant, the measure of quality is pretty clear the ledger books must be balanced What does it mean to say the books are balanced It means all book entries (debits and credits) are in order and properly coded in accordance with approved accounting practices All receipts are filed properly and available in case of an audit The bank statements match the tracking reports (spreadsheets, financial statements, and so on) The client receives reports in a timely manner and is clear on the account balances and potential financial exposures
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8: Project Quality Management
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What is a good measure of quality when managing projects If the product of the project meets the specified (approved) requirements and if the product does what the project definition says it should do (fitness of use), then you have met the quality standards for the project
When you re managing projects, what you measure and when you measure it are not always as clear as they are in accounting So, what is a good measure of quality in project management Any time you measure quality, you must have a baseline or reference point to measure against A simple approach I like to use is what I call the Texas Three-Step After you have a baseline, you ask yourself and your team these three questions:
Where are we today compared to where we should be You remember earned value management (EVM) from 7; this is a good way to confirm current status, but you also need to look in real terms, not just dollars and cents How did we get here Take a look at the road just taken Was it the road or path you had planned to take Or did you have road bumps (pot holes) that impacted the project and had to take a different path Lessons learned are a great tool for helping you understand what worked and what didn t work the way it should have (we must learn from our actions and/or our mistakes) Where do we go from here Looking forward, what course corrections do you need to take to keep the project on track (or to get it back on track)
When it comes to measuring quality, the problem is and always will be, what is important to the customer
Case Study: Sample Quality Measurements
For a real-world example of quality measurements, let s take a look at our BEC case study For ice skating events (such as ice hockey and performance shows on ice), the ice has to be set up to meet very rigid specifications to be considered safe for the skaters If the ice is too warm, it becomes spongy and slow, and the skaters have a difficult time
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making turns and stops If the ice is too cold, it becomes brittle and is susceptible to cracking, and sprawls or holes form Quality Requirements and Measurements:
The paint is to be applied as close to the concrete as possible without drips, drifting lines, and pearling of the white base coat Ice slab temperature must be maintained at 18 19 degrees Fahrenheit (F) Surface temperature at 1" must be maintained at 21 degrees F The ice has to be at a depth that s thick enough so the skaters can t dig down to the concrete (for example, 2 inches for ice hockey) Edges are to be conditioned to eliminate rough edge surface
Quality Assurance and Control:
Dry and wet cuts must be used to keep the ice conditioned and smooth after practice Depth checks are performed and recorded daily after each Zamboni conditioning to track and control quality of the ice Protective glass (barriers around the ice) is to be walked prior to every game to ensure it s secure, thus reducing the chance of glass popping out during a game
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