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    Title: 不良品質專案管理之實獲值模式發展
    Other Titles: Earned value model development with defects in project management
    Authors: 翁鈺婷;Weng, Yu-Ting
    Contributors: 淡江大學管理科學學系碩士班
    李旭華;Lee, Hsu-Hua
    Keywords: 專案管理;實獲值管理;不良率;Project Management;Earned Value Management(EVM);Defects
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-04 09:49:44 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 一般專案管理著重於時程規劃及進度控管,實獲值管理方法不僅提供了成本、時程變異和執行指標的計算,並可預測專案完成的成本及時程。
    General project management focuses on time planning and progress schedule control, earned value management approach, which not only provides a cost and time variation and performance indicators, and can also predict the cost and schedule to complete the project.
    This study is to investigate project management with defects for the develop-ment of earned value model to obtain the impact of the investment on the quality. Basic indicators related to the use of earned value management can be with respect to cost and schedule. According to the reference data from Anbari (2003), the first stage and the second stage of the project are corresponding to the defective rate q1 and q2, for the development of the earned value of poor quality in the model and their effects. The optimal quality level of each stage can be obtained to minimize the total actual cost and attain the cost/benefit of the project.
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