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Quality

Evaluation | Jun 26, 2011

A frequently used definition of quality is "Delighting the customer by fully meeting their needs and expectations". These may include performance, appearance, availability, delivery, reliability, maintainability, cost effectiveness and price.

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Total Quality Management

Evaluation | Jan 14, 2011

Total Quality Management (TQM) is a management approach to long-term success through customer satisfaction. TQM is based on the participation of all members of an organization to improving processes, products, services, and the culture they work in.

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Principles of Total Quality Management

Evaluation | Jan 14, 2011

Based on the lessons learned by various companies implementing TQM as reported in the literature, there are some principles of practices that are instrumental to the success of TQM implementation.

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Total Quality Management Tools

Evaluation | Jan 14, 2011

Total quality management (TQM) tools help organizations to identify, analyze and assess qualitative and quantitative data that is relevant to their business. These tools can identify procedures, ideas, statistics, cause and effect concerns and other issues relevant to their organizations.

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SWOT Analysis

Evaluation | Jan 14, 2011

SWOT analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) is a method of assessing a business, its resources, and its environment.

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Product Management

Evaluation | Jan 14, 2011

Product Management philosophy and discipline, ensure that they are not just manufacturing a technology, but creating a product that people will want to buy and continue to use.

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Product Life Cycle

Evaluation | Jan 14, 2011

Complete view of the product life cycle.

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Discipline of Product Management

Evaluation | Jun 25, 2011

As a members of a discipline, product manager's work at all levels of a company in the product development process.

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Customer Life Cycle

Evaluation | Jun 25, 2011

Every product is designed to ultimately be used by a customer. The customer may use a product and have to repurchase before another use or the product may be such that the customer uses it over and over after purchase.

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Agile Management

Evaluation | Jan 14, 2011

Agile management is the process where the project is delivered in a highly flexible and interactive manner. It is also known as Extreme Programming or even scrum. In this methodology the project is delivered in few weeks rather than months.

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Agile Project Manager

Evaluation | Jan 14, 2011

Project manager access time and money and their outcomes on the project rather than beginning to schedule development with an assessment of project scope which was practiced in traditional methods.

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Time Management

Evaluation | Jan 14, 2011

Time management is the act or process of working out sensible control over the time spent on certain actions, generally to increase efficiency or productivity. Time management may be helped by a range of skills, tools, and techniques used to achieve time when accomplishing specific tasks, projects and goals.

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Conflict Management

Evaluation | Jan 14, 2011

Conflict may be defined as a competition between people with differing needs, ideas, beliefs, values, or goals. This remains into existence till people have not agreed upon a common solution. Conflicts on team are inevitable and the results are not predetermined.

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Business Process Management

Evaluation | Aug 05, 2011

Business Process Management is the practice of improving the efficiency and effectiveness of any organization by automating the organization's business processes. BPM is also known as Business Process Reengineering.

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