Thursday, August 27, 2020

The definition of project management

The core relationship with project management and quality management

The definition of project management

The term we use to describe project management is the application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques which are used for the project activities to meet the specified project objectives and goals.
There are 5 elements in the project management concept regarding the PMBOK (Project Management Body Of Knowledge)
·         *  Initiation
·        * Planning
·        * Executing
·        * Monitoring and Controlling
·        * Closing

The main challenge of project management is to achieve project goals and objectives mainly concerning project scope, time, cost, and quality.

Quality Management

First of all, we need to understand what was defined as Quality?

The quality which was meant to be is it should match with the purpose. The final product should meet the stakeholder's needs and expectations according to their specified design, functionalities, cost, durability.

Quality management is a continuing process until the final product delivered to the customer. Because we must consider delivering the zero defects and fully-functional end product to the customer to make the customer happy with the product.

Quality management is a repetitive cycle of measuring the quality, monitoring, and updating the processes until the desired quality has achieved.

The main idea about project quality management is to ensure that the project will meet the customer requirements in other words the end product should satisfy what the customer actually wants.

The project team must create a good relationship with the stakeholders from that only we can provide a good end product. One of the main causes for poor project results will be the development team is only focuses to meet the written customer requirement, not the customer actually wants.

For the successful project results should combine project management activities with quality management activities.

Because the main challenge of project management is to achieve defined goals and objectives while concerning scope, time cost, and quality.

The project manager will create a plan for the project time , cost, and scope with the predefined goals and objectives which means the project should deliver on the estimated time and within the estimated cost and scope with zero defects and errors and fully-functional product which should meet the customer needs and expectations.

Therefore there's a core relationship with project management and quality management.

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