By Bruce Beer, PMP
Have you ever noticed that every time you have a glass of your favorite orange juice, the flavor is exactly the same? Oranges don’t grow year-round, yet a taste of that juice in Florida during July is identical to one you may enjoy in the middle of a Maine winter.
That is some borderline magical Quality Planning.
As a project manager, how do you define quality in your own endeavors? More importantly, how do you explicitly map out and implement a quality plan to guarantee your final product will consistently meet expectations – even as far out as the global level?
Fortunately for us, Bruce Beer has learned a thing or two on the subject, and has taken the time to share several tips on how to pinpoint goals and maintain the level of quality your organization deserves.
Is It Really Worth It?