Agile quality management ensures customer satisfaction. But how do you implement agile principles in quality management? Ursula Meseberg shows how to use objectiF RPM for FMEA.
About Ursula Meseberg
What makes a successful Project Management process? How do I find the right business process? Which methods are useful? Ursula Meseberg is a graduate mathematician and co-founder of microTOOL. She is fascinated with current trends and has made a name for herself as an author of professional articles.
Entries by Ursula Meseberg
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