Definitions for "PDCA"
The Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle is an approach to improvement that emphasizes planning a set of actions, implementing the actions, checking the data to assess both the results and the plan, and acting on the data.
Plan, Do, Study, Act
PDCA is a cycle of activities (Plan, Do, Check, Act) designed to drive continuous improvement. Initially implemented in manufacturing, it has broad applicability in business. First developed by Walter Shewhart, it was popularized by Edwards Deming.
See Policy Director Certificate Authority
Policy Director Certificate Authority. A trusted certificate that is created during the configuration of the policy server and that is used to sign all other Tivoli Access Manager certificates. A PDCA certificate is stored in the master policy database.
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