What are some of the considerations for project quality management within agile/adaptive project environments according to your texts and other researched sources?
The degree to which the project fulfills the requirements is defined as Quality. A project cannot achieve quality if all of the stated and unstated requirements are defined in the project scope statement.
some of the considerations for project quality management within agile/adaptive project environments are-
In order to navigate changes, agile methods call for frequent quality and review steps built in throughout the project rather than toward the end of the project.
Recurring retrospectives regularly check on the effectiveness of the quality processes. They look for the root cause of issues then suggest trials of new approaches to improve quality. Subsequent retrospectives evaluate any trial processes to determine if they are working and should be continued or new adjusting or should be dropped from use.
In order to facilitate frequent, incremental delivery, agile methods focus on small batches of work, incorporating as many elements of project deliverables as possible. Small batch systems aim to uncover inconsistencies and quality issues earlier in the project life cycle when the overall costs of change are lower.
The metrics to measure quality should be determined by the project manager before the project work begins .
Changes to any of the project constraints should also lead to a Quality check by the project manager and his team .
A few of the quality activities can be done by a quality assurance or quality control department