MIGNEX Handbook Chapter

1: Project management and quality assurance

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The quality dimension is relevant to all the main components of the project: project management, data collection, analysis and communication. Good management with clear roles and procedures prepares the ground for productive and enjoyable teamwork.

By Jørgen Carling, Anne Duquenne – Published on 21 December 2018
Key takeaways
Project management is not just the responsibility of the project leadership but concerns priorities and strategic decision-making throughout the project team.
We will follow ten overall strategies for assuring and maximizing quality within the project; each strategy is reflected in specific actions.
Our quality objective is twofold: always ensuring quality above a minimum threshold and as often as possible raising the quality towards excellence.

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Carlng, J., Duquenne, A. (2019) Project management and quality assurance, MIGNEX Handbook Chapter 1 (v2). Oslo: Peace Research Institute Oslo. Available at www.mignex.org/d011.