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ethics

Recently, I received several emails and telephone calls to discuss a problem with a web site requiring revising or revamping and applications requiring modification, enhancement or replacement after the projects had closed and warranty periods had expired. The changes or request for changes seems to have been announced without prior notice or discussion with key [...]

Too often we call quality assurance just “testing” or “quality control”, where both traditionally have been performed under the umbrella of Quality Assurance (QA). QA, a planned process/activity, tailored to the program/project, is about ensuring compliance with standards, regulations, plans, and requirements, prevention, and trend and problem analysis for corrective action. This is the reason [...]

Management and Ethics

by E.R. Williams

Management and ethics for business and projects has to be a number one priority for many companies going into 2010 and the 21st Century, but first several issues have to be addressed. Over the past several months, I have had discussions about, and received emails, related to individuals being assigned as project and software configuration [...]

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