We all know that quality control is no longer a manufacturing problem. In addition to software programs, product planning, interaction design, visual design, marketing, research, and even quality management require quality management.
The purpose of 'managing' quality is to deliver some expected quality, like a development methodology.
Individuals, teams, and companies will conduct various activities to control quality and ensure quality.
This time I've come up with a breakthrough quality control method.
That is, not working or reducing the number of jobs.
Isn't that crazy? Yes.
Who doesn't know how to reduce the target of quality control to reduce the target of bad quality in the first place. The problem is that the reality is not like that.
Usually, in software project management, three methods are used when the content of the project is large. invest more resources It is the human job that 1+1 does not become 2 even if more people are put in. Another way is to postpone the schedule. However, it is very difficult to postpone a job where deadlines are important. The third is to do things in parallel. This way, the way you work must be optimized and people must be barefoot or well-maintained.
However, the hypothesis of this starts with the work to be done: the content of the project, that is, the requirements are high, difficult or complex. The things that correspond to the requirements are dealt with in the fields of software engineering's requirements engineering or HCI, and this part seems to be getting farther away from being controlled by software development. Rather, it seems to be dealt with in product planning, interaction design, and sales.
The easiest way is to eliminate or reduce the amount of work to be done.
Of course, in reality this is really difficult, in some cases impossible. If you have a development team or salesperson who is good at this in a relationship, you will want to work with that person. This is one of the most important jobs for interaction designers and project managers. Figuring out what's important and balancing it.
If you are an internal employee rather than a business partner who works on an order If you take care of yourself like a bosswill be a little different.
If you don't work like any other employee, but do what your company needs to be successful, you can reduce the number of jobs on your own. After all, they do more than normal people do.
You've tried your best to do the right thing, the right way, roughly, and quickly, but it's useless if it doesn't deliver the right quality.
If the quality assurance activities fail and the quality does not improve any more and the quality continues to be at or below the same level, so there is no way to get better quality, there is a way to close the door or just work like a public servant if you are a salaried worker.
It is a pity for those who receive work by order or relationship, but if you are looking for work on your own, you will not be able to work, so you will be able to manage risks by reducing the subject of quality control. That doesn't mean I'm not working... . It's like doing a job that's higher than any other employee... who would say
If proper quality is not achieved due to lack of proper quality control, it would be better not to work. Even if you don't succeed in the market, it may be a way to prevent you from failing in the market more quickly and more seriously.