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    TQM and projects and prototypes and risks

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    A project plan will usually be updated as a result of controlling a project whether the stimulus is a recovery from a realized risk or a course of adjustment to take advantage of an opportunity. this is a demonstration of the inherent flexibility and resilience of the PMBOK framework.
    Can you share with me your vision of the role played by the processes in risk and quality management knowledge areas.
    How does the Total Quality Management (TQM) process flow (Plan-Do-Check-Act or PDCA) impact project schedule?
    What are some of the risks that are associated with prototyping process model of the SDLC?

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    How does the Total Quality Management (TQM) process flow (Plan-Do-Check-Act or PDCA) impact project schedule?
    The TQM process helps schedules move along better and more fluidly because the control happens at each level and step of the production. Each person or step is under constant evaluation for improvements and changes that can make the next step easier and better while improving the process for the next time. TQM is inherently flexible to help make products and production ...

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    Two brief discussions about TQM and project schedules and the risks of prototypes in a project.

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