This scientific book sheds light on the crucial aspect of quality management in projects, which has been emphasized in standards and publications for years. However, research indicates that the practical implementation of quality management falls short of the declarations made by standards authors. Often, project managers prioritize exceeding budgets, adhering to schedules or dealing with unexpected issues over quality management due to time constraints.
This monograph stems from extensive research that aimed to identify existing solutions and develop a coherent concept of quality management in projects. The research also endeavoured to integrate various quality management schools and project management approaches to isolate good practices, irrespective of their origin.