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Adhering to the company mission and vision, the management sets objectives based on information gathered through the quality system (customer feedback, management reports, etc).

Deming’s Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) cycle, also known as the Deming Cycle or Shewhart Cycle, is a management and continuous improvement methodology. It consists of four stages: Plan, Do, Check, and Act. In the context of the construction industry, each stage of the PDCA cycle plays a crucial role in ensuring that projects are planned, executed, monitored, and improved effectively.

1. Plan:
The “Plan” phase of the PDCA cycle in the construction industry involves the initial preparation and strategizing for a project. It encompasses activities such as project conceptualization, goal setting, risk assessment, resource allocation, and detailed planning. Key aspects of the planning stage include:

Project Scope: Define the scope of the construction project, outlining its objectives, deliverables, and constraints.

Goals and Objectives: Establish clear and measurable goals and objectives for the project, aligning them with the overall organizational strategy.

Risk Analysis: Identify potential risks associated with the project and develop strategies to mitigate or manage these risks effectively.

Resource Planning: Allocate resources such as manpower, materials, and equipment required for the construction project.

Budgeting: Develop a detailed budget that includes estimates for costs, timelines, and any other financial considerations.

The primary objective of the “Plan” phase is to create a comprehensive plan that serves as a roadmap for the construction project.

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