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Quality Control

Postby sachinsinha Tue Sep 09, 2014 8:46 am

Question. As the project manager, you decided to arrange a team meeting to identify and analyze lessons learned from quality control with stakeholders. What should you
do with them?

1. Document them and make them part of the historical database for the project
and the performing organization.
2. Discuss them with management and make sure that they remain otherwise
confidential
3. Publish them in the corporate newsletter.
4. Follow your strategic decisions, independent from lessons learned. These
decisions have been made and should be implemented whatever the outcomes
are.
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Re: Quality Control

Postby umeshbww Tue Sep 09, 2014 2:48 pm

I will go with
1. Document them and make them part of the historical database for the project
and the performing organization.


2. Discuss them with management and make sure that they remain otherwise
confidential (whole purpose of lesson learned to make it available for future use - not keep it confidential)
3. Publish them in the corporate newsletter. (you publish them in the corporate newsletter also but documenting them is higher priority)
4. Follow your strategic decisions, independent from lessons learned. These decisions have been made and should be implemented whatever the outcomes
are. This option is suggesting don't make any changes and just accept the result/outcome. You may update your Project management plan and project documents based on lesson learned. that is whole purpose of Quality control
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Re: Quality Control

Postby sachinsinha Wed Sep 10, 2014 7:55 am

I quite didn't get the logic behind narrowing down to option one, please elaborate.
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Re: Quality Control

Postby Parul Thu Sep 11, 2014 6:34 am

Sachin,

Once you identify and analyse the facts, next step is to document the same for future reference of your own project and for historical data purpose. . Hence option 1
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Re: Quality Control

Postby umeshbww Thu Sep 11, 2014 2:33 pm

Sachin - First thing you do after lesson learned is to document them. It is another thing what you do with them after documentation.

After documentation - you may publish in corporate newsletter / make some changes to current project plans or update project documents based on learned lesson. But documentation is priority.
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