Join Bob McGannon for an in-depth discussion in this video Applying Lean Six Sigma, part of Managing Project Quality.
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- The role of the project manager often requires you to…take on something that resembles multiple personalities.…Sometimes you're a team leader,…sometimes a schedule analyst,…looking for a way to shorten your project duration,…and at other times you're a counselor for your clients.…There is another role you take on…when serving as a project manager.…That's the role of product manager.…Ensuring you produce sound viable products.…A primary and popular approach…to manage product quality is Six Sigma.…
Six Sigma is a very disciplined approach…to managing product quality,…involving the collection and analysis of data…related to product defects.…The term Six Sigma comes from…the drive to achieve six sigma quality…or 3.4 defects per million opportunities.…In short, you are working with a keen focus…to make sure every one of your products…is free of any defects or issues.…Originally developed at Motorola in the 1980's,…Six Sigma has been adopted by…many companies across the globe.…
The fundamental approach is to…establish and track measurements…
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- What is project quality?
- Using Pareto analysis and Lean Six Sigma
- Balancing quality, project workload, and customer needs
- Addressing quality issues
- Planning IT tests
- Testing deliverables<br><br>
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