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;Abstract: an overview of Quality management philosophy and practices, as could be applied to Wikimedia. <!-- at least 300 words to describe your proposal -->
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Quality management principles are well established; how might we apply those principles towards organizing our workflows on wikimedia to improve quality. We will look at three quality management tools: fishbone causation analysis; the quality control chart; and plan do check act cycle.
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;Length of presentation:  15-30 min. <!-- 30-45 min. for panels, 30-75 min. for workshops, 15-30 min. for presentations -->
 
;Length of presentation:  15-30 min. <!-- 30-45 min. for panels, 30-75 min. for workshops, 15-30 min. for presentations -->

Revision as of 00:20, 6 August 2015

Title
Theme
community
Type of submission
presentation
Author
Slowking4
E-mail address
Slowking4 at gmail.com
Username
Slowking4
Affiliation
WMDC
Abstract
an overview of Quality management philosophy and practices, as could be applied to Wikimedia.

Quality management principles are well established; how might we apply those principles towards organizing our workflows on wikimedia to improve quality. We will look at three quality management tools: fishbone causation analysis; the quality control chart; and plan do check act cycle.


Length of presentation
15-30 min.
Special schedule requests
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Y

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  1. Super interesting topic. I'd like to learn more about what to expect. --Frank Schulenburg (talk) 15:47, 29 July 2015 (EDT)
  2. Slow and steady wins the race Smallbones (talk) 22:02, 30 July 2015 (EDT)
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