Unified Quality Training Process

Hind Dahar, Ounsa Roudies


The development of quality in the global market has made standards and repository indispensable tools. Each standard has its own strengths and covers specific perimeters in the company, which necessitates the co-deployment of several standards simultaneously. However, the diversity of standards can lead to different problems such as heterogeneity and redundancy, which results in increased implementation costs in terms of time, resource mobilization and budget. We propose a quality approach called“Unified Quality” to address these problems. This paper describes the configuration process that creates The common repository, that encompasses all requirements of the co-deployed standards without redundancy and ambiguity. It is an iterative and MDE based process. Finally, the training process is illustrated by its application to both ISO 9001 and CMMI standards.


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