Project management process diagram for software iso 2011b 9

See below image for the Project management process for software iso 2011b 9 diagram. The ISO 9001 standard is based on a process approach. (Establishing effective and efficient processes that are consistently followed and improved upon is the basis for most management standards.) Processes must have defined (and hopefully measurable) objective (s), input (s), output (s), activities, and resources .

Obtain customer acceptance and complete project documents The second application of the Nine Elements of Project Management is project management organizational assessment.

As noted above, there is no ISO 9001:2015 mandate for creating work instructions. However, years of quality management documentation practice suggests coupling these in the documentation hierarchy can more clearly and effectively control quality management outcomes. Click to view a Work Instruction Sample.

Project management process diagram for software iso 2011b 9

Technology roadmap

Technology roadmap below shows key stages of technology transformation including intakes and requirements in the short term, development of back end and front facing systems in the medium term, and testing and deployment in the long term. It is important to recognize that a tech roadmap should also take into account process and people aspects including detailed process design and change management.
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Technology roadmap

Projected balance sheet example

See below image for the Projected balance sheet example diagram. What are projected balance sheets? Projected balance sheets, or pro forma balance sheets, are the statements that show estimated changes to a company’s financial status, including investments, other assets, liabilities and financing for equity.

The Balance Sheet includes spending and income that isn’t in the Profit and Loss. For example, the money you spend to repay a loan or buy new assets doesn’t show up in the Profit and Loss. And the money you take in as a new loan or a new investment doesn’t show up in the Profit and Loss either.

We start the balance sheet forecast by forecasting working capital items. (For a complete guide to working capital, read our “Working Capital 101” article.) Broadly speaking, working capital items are driven by the company’s revenue and operating forecasts. Conceptually, working capital is a measure of a company’s short-term financial health.

Projected balance sheet example

Roadmap of lean six sigma dmaic methodology

6 Sigma DMAIC roadmap (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control) Six sigma DMAIC is the most widely used methodology for process improvement projects. A DMAIC project has five phases – Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control. Learn the key steps in each phase and what tools can be used for those steps

DMAIC is the problem-solving approach that drives Lean Six Sigma. DMAIC is a five-phase method (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control) used for improving existing process problems with unknown causes. skip to Main Content My Account

The Define Phase is the first phase of the Lean Six Sigma improvement process. In this phase the project team creates a Project Charter, a high-level map of the process and begins to understand the needs of the customers of the process. This is a critical phase in which the team outlines the project focus for themselves and the leadership…

Roadmap of lean six sigma dmaic methodology

Roadmap of lean six sigma dmaic methodology (lean

DMAIC – The 5 Phases of Lean Six Sigma. DMAIC is the problem-solving approach that drives Lean Six Sigma. It’s a five-phase method—Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control—for improving existing process problems with unknown causes. DMAIC is based on the Scientific Method and it’s pronounced “duh-may-ik.”.

DMAIC is the problem-solving approach that drives Lean Six Sigma. DMAIC is a five-phase method (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control) used for improving existing process problems with unknown causes. skip to Main Content My Account

The Define Phase is the first phase of the Lean Six Sigma improvement process. In this phase the project team creates a Project Charter, a high-level map of the process and begins to understand the needs of the customers of the process. This is a critical phase in which the team outlines the project focus for themselves and the leadership…

Roadmap of lean six sigma dmaic methodology lean

Project plan

Project plan diagram for a typical technology implementation involving 2 tech enhancements. Project plan starts is broken down into short, medium and long terms and 4 main categories including planning, people, process, technology. The plan includes current state, future state design, requirements, status updates, development, testing and change management.
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Project Scope Creep

What is scope creep? At its end, a project produces a deliverable, which can be a product, a service, a documentation, or a result. The extent of the work needed to produce the final deliverable is the project scope. A project scope includes a scope statement and a work breakdown structure approved by the project sponsor.

Change on projects is inevitable, so the possibility for scope creep is also inevitable. Perhaps this is the reason why taming scope creep is so challenging. We don’t mean to imply that additional functionality or work is not desirable on projects.

Most of the causes of this deviation can be avoided if project managers improve their task management. The results of adopting better project management practices are evident in the PMI’s Pulse of Profession 2018. Organizations with a high level of maturity and better practices successfully avoided scope creep in their projects.

Project Scope Creep