Projects: Managing Quality

Delve into quality assurance and control strategies for projects. Learn how to set quality standards, monitor performance, and ensure deliverable excellence with MPUG’s comprehensive quality management resources.

The image shows a project manager looking at a project schedule. The schedule shows the tasks that need to be completed, the resources that are required, and the timeline for the project. The project manager is using the schedule to track the progress of the project and to identify any potential problems.

Using a Graphical Indicator to Identify Tasks That Have Not Been Baselined

This article explains how to use graphical indicators in Microsoft Project to identify tasks that haven't been baselined, helping project managers ensure schedule quality.

Using Custom Fields and Graphical Indicators to Analyze the Quality of Your Schedule

Learn how to leverage custom fields and graphical indicators in Microsoft Project to analyze and enhance the quality of your project schedules in this insightful webinar.

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Reducing Risks & Boosting Quality with External Evaluations

Learn the importance of external examination by independent testing experts to find defects and ensure quality in software and hardware products.

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How Risk and Quality Management are Interlinked

Quality management is not independent of risk management. Both should be managed together, and are two sides of the same coin.

The Importance of Considering Quality and Change in Requirements Management

Introduction Requirements are the basis of any project. When developing products or services, defining requirements are critical to successfully satisfy project needs. To define the project scope and ...