Project Management Quality

Quality – Business Leaders and Project Managers Should Work Together to Increase the Quality of Their Products

Quality for Business Leaders and Project Managers Every business leader wants a quality product yet defining “quality” can be overlooked or deemed something so obvious it is not worth the time to explain. Leaders need to pay attention to quality, and those driving the quality processes need to communicate in a way that resonates with …

Jason Cassidy

Erin Aldrige

Accuracy vs. Precision for the PMP® Exam

Precision and accuracy are seemingly similar concepts that actually have unique definitions and purposes. While some use these terms interchangeably, their differences are crucial for quality management questions on the PMP exam and other project management work. In this article, we will focus on understanding Accuracy vs Precision for the PMP Exam.

Erin Aldrige

Erin Aldrige

Erin Aldrige

Erin Aldrige

Flowchart Daigrams for Project Managers

Flowcharts for PMPs

A picture is worth a thousand words. The flowchart, a project management tool, exemplifies that saying with the power to quickly convey complex information using a diagram. A flowchart can not only convey interconnecting steps but be used in monitoring progress and periodic status reporting. When preparing for the Project Management Professional® (PMP) exam, project …

Megan Bell

Megan Bell

Scatter Diagram in Project Management

Scatter Diagram Types

To understand the impact of scatter diagrams, it is important to know the correlation between the data sets has the most meaning. Also, knowing how the data correlates aids with determining the type of scatter diagram. When preparing for the PMP exam, project managers should know the three categories of scatter diagrams based on correlation:

Megan Bell

Megan Bell