Nalates wrote:I suppose... I still feel we are in planning to plan phase.
I suggest going for the topic point and define terms as we go.
Yes we are and I feel we have done this as per the two quotes below.
QC (quality control) and QA (quality assurance) monitoring can go a long way in preventing issues from manifesting.
Basic starting premises for discussion & debate.
Nalates wrote:The plan is to take what we gain from these discussions and create a wiki article that has the extracted 'wisdom' gained as rules, guidelines, examples and definitions. The forum will retain the thought process of how we came by our content.
With my minimal communications skills I am not very good at stimulating and moving discussions forward and writing wiki articles. I will take your suggestion (TY) and purpose a topic point of:
The title of this discussion is: “Importance of QA & QC as a Best Practice”.
I feel we have already determined that there is wisdom in the importance of having some form of QA & QC. The key to developing QA & QC is to first have a defined ideology of some form and then QA & QC to monitor the application of and maintenance of that ideology.
In my opinion it is common sense and a “no brainer”. Is there any need for more discussion here?
That being said the development and application of this “QA & QC” would need to be discussed at length in an appropriately structured discussion.
I would like to purpose having an “Ideology established" as part of the list of Best Practices. From there the QA & QC and other aspects can be developed.
I would like to purpose a section devoted to “Best Practices”. If there is one buried in here sorry I could not identify it. Then again maybe this whole website is about a fair amount of “Best Practices”.
Would anybody suggest posting some of these proposals in the Suggests forum?
What prompted me for this discussion was my concern and perceived lack of QA & QC as “Best Practices” in another situation. I had not thought much about what it takes just to have a QA program in place. I can see more of the forest now than just the few trees I was focusing on. Thank you all for your participation here. I have thoroughly enjoyed it.