Definition: Object-oriented Quality and Risk Management model

Quality, Framework

A model that is used to compare, integrate and develop quality frameworks, is used to assure the quality of objects the user of the model selects and is used to manage risks.
Source:
Nederpelt, Peter W.M. (2012). Object-oriented Quality and Risk Management (OQRM). A practical, scalable en generic method to manage quality and risks. Alphen aan den Rijn, The Netherlands: MicroData.
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