Project Management CH 8 T/F

Flashcard maker : Lily Taylor
T/F: The quality assurance process involves taking responsibility for quality throughout the project’s life cycle
true
T/F: Validated changes and validated deliverables are the outputs of the quality assurance process
false
T/F: The design of experiments technique cannot be applied to project management issues such as cost and schedule trade-offs
false
T/F: Customer requirements are an important aspect of the quality planning process.
false
T/F: Reliability is the ability of a product or service to perform as expected under deviant conditions
false
T/F: Project managers are ultimately responsible for quality management on their projects
true
T/F: Only in-house auditors can perform quality audits
false
T/F: Products that are accepted by project stakeholders are considered to be validated deliverables
true
T/F: A run chart is a bar graph that depicts data points and their order of occurrence
false
T/F: Using Six Sigma principles is an organization-wide commitment and all employees must embrace its principles
true
T/F: The Six Sigma approach works best for a project where a quality problem is identified between the current and desired performance
true
T/F: The term sigma means median
false
T/F: Testing as a stage is important only at the end of an information technology product development
false
T/F: Integration testing involves testing of each individual component to ensure that it is as defect-free as possible
false
T/F: In TQC, product quality is more important than production rates, and workers are allowed to stop production whenever a quality problem occurs
true
T/F: DeMarco and Lister’s study on organizations and productivity found direct correlations between productivity and programming language, years of experience, and salary
false
T/F: Gantt charts cannot be used to aid project quality management
false

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