Quality Assurance and Project Management:

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April 7, 2011  11:16 AM

Limitations of QC



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
project management, project quality, project stage, quality control, Software Project, ‘QC

Quality Control as is evidently clear is a post facto exercise. It is something like finding faults or shortcomings in a product that has been built, manufactured or designed in its completeness. Drawback of QC is that it does nothing more than a post-mortem of the product....

March 19, 2010  12:07 PM

Five Operational Tactics Project Manager Needs to Understand



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
milestone, project management, project manager, project phase, project stage

1. During all the project management phases, each process should be clearly having operational key indicator metrics to measure the health of the project at any stage. 2. Approvals, decisions, milestones, tasks, micro tasks should not become a...


November 3, 2009  10:00 AM

Project Plans having no Place for ‘Documentation Process’ Compromise with the Quality



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
project documentation, project implementation, Project Lifecycle, project management, Project Plan, project quality, project stage, quality, software, software quality, software testing, testing

If we have to compromise with the quality of project at various stages there are many ways to do that. Most stupid way will be to compromise with the quality of the software which in any case is going to create lot of hue and cry in the organization either prior to it goes to customer during...


October 9, 2009  1:17 PM

What sort of driver are you?



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
customer requirement, product quality, Project Development, project implementation, project management, project manager, project stage, quality, software delivery, Software Project, software quality

I have seen different type of drivers on road: some drive very fast violating all rules and regulations to reach the destination. Can this attitude work in software development and delivery? I don’t think so, if the project manager is more worried about reaching the implementation stage without...


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