This Guest paper was submitted for publication and is copyright to Jamal Moustafaev, MBA, PMP, © 2013.
Published here August 2014.
The material has been abstracted from Jamal Moustafaev's forthcoming book on Project Scope Management.

Introduction | Quick Overall Outline | The Project Plan Contents
Overview and Recipient Stakeholders | Project Scope Management | Project Quality Management
Project Time Management - Schedule and Milestones | Project Cost Management - Budget
Project Risk Management | Project Human Resources Management
Project Procurement Management | Project Communications Management | Concluding Remarks

Project Quality Management

This is the place to describe which of the available Quality Management tools and techniques will be used in the project to ensure proper quality management and control. For example:

  • Document management
  • Document control
  • Design and Development
  • Change control, etc.
  • Peer reviews
  • Inspections
  • Testing
  • Training
  • Customer feedback
  • Customer Complaints

Preferably the project plan should also specify the timing of these activities or indicate if they are ongoing tasks. For example:

"Appropriate safety and security training will take place in the first week of the execution stage of the project."

"All key documents including project plan, scope and design documentation and change requests shall undergo peer reviews and inspections before the sign-offs."

"Testing will take place at the end of the execution phase between 15-Jan and 25-Jan."

Project Scope Management  Project Scope Management

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