Measuring Quality Control

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Measuring Quality Control:

Quality control should be measured at regular intervals. It includes making sure that the right element or outcome is delivered at the proper time and within the expected budget. Additionally, it should match the expectations of the client. Measuring quality falls under the guidance of the project manager. He or she must ensure who the required reports and checklists are in place.

Tools used for assisting the project manager:

  • Ishikawaa
  • Control Charts
  • Six Sigma
  • Three Sigma
  • Pareto Chart
  • Statistical Sampling

More information on the Ishikawaa, Control Charts and the Pareto Chart below: 

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