Join Bob McGannon for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Pareto analysis, part of Managing Project Quality.
- Have you ever been faced with such a large set…of daunting tasks to accomplish…that you don't know where to start?…For me, that issue becomes even more difficult…when you're working through a problem.…That is where a bit of good, sound logic can help.…Pareto Analysis is a method to apply reason…and logic to the process of managing…improvements to the quality of the products you produce.…Pareto Analysis is based on the Pareto Principle,…more commonly known as the 80/20 Rule.…
This states that 80% of your issues will come…as a result of 20% of your root causes.…Although the figures should not always…be taken literally, it is a principle…that usually fits quite well in the project environment.…So, let me share a sample Pareto chart…and tell you how it was compiled…so you can use this powerful, quality…management approach on your project.…A typical Pareto Analysis graph looks like this.…The X axis shows the types of quality problems…you have, in descending order.…
The Y axis shows you the number of instances…of each type of problem you're having.…
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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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