Part 4: Five Step Measurement Process
This five-part series describes not only measurement concepts, but also a complete process for its use, including deployment in the IT industry and other industries.
- Part 1 enables you to understand the importance of measurement and the QAI approach to it.
- Part 2 will help you learn basic measurement concepts required of any measurement program.
- Part 3 shows you how to assess your readiness to measure, and know prerequisites to such a program.
- Part 4 describes how to utilize a 5-step measurement process.
- Part 5 illustrates how to use measurement for decision making and understand how to deploy it.
Is your organization managing by fact or instead
managing by "gut" or "hip
shooting"? Are you collecting what is easy,
rather than what is needed? Does management
support you? Is measurement data actually used to make
process improvements? Is your measurement
program universally respected? Do you have a
Find out what it takes to brush these problems
aside, not simply with quick fixes and corrections,
but also with the thoroughness that only comes with a
great process connected to world-class concepts.
Abstract: Part 4 describes how to utilize a 5-step measurement process.
These steps include defining the results, defining the contributors, documenting the relationships, defining the measurement points, and collecting and reporting the data.
Conducted Wed. May 6, 2009.
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