The Zero Defect Project
Jamey Lees, PMP, CSM
PMIWDC Non-Member Rate
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Leidos at Reston Town Center
11951 Freedom Dr
Reston, VA, 20190
11:00 am: Networking
12:00 pm: Program
PMIWDC Members $15
*Lunch will be served
About the Event
A Case study observation of a project received zero defects in the first User Acceptance Testing (UAT) cycle.
Even with today’s technology advancements in computer programming languages and tools to support the development of software applications, the industry still struggles with producing software that meets their client’s satisfaction. How many times have you ever heard a Project Manager (PM) say they received zero defects on the first User Acceptance Testing (UAT) cycle? If you are like most people working in the Information Technology industry today, you probably never have. However, this case study observed just an instance where the project received zero defects in the first UAT cycle with the client’s full satisfactions in receiving all the desired changes to their application. In this project, it introduced three new project technics called Requirements Acceptance Criteria (RAC), the concept of the "right of voice" and Project Total Complexity Number (PTCN). These new techniques alone in this project did not guarantee zero defects but it is in which these new project techniques were applied that inadvertently created a collaborative environment to allow the project to receive zero defects.
Specific tips and techniques in the use of PM tools (SW, other)
Industry / SectorI.T.
Information Technology, including organizations that utilize Agile development methodologies
About the Speaker
Jamey Lees, PMP, CSM
An accomplished Information Technologist (IT) with over 18 years of overall IT experience and 14 years in Project Management with software delivery. Jamey is an Iowa native, graduated from Iowa State University, and is certified in IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL), Certified Scrum Master (CSM), and Project Management Professional (PMP). He is an active PMP member of the PMI Washington DC chapter.
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