The Quality of Dialogue

Anders Dinsen


To me, quality has four domains. The first two are commonly addressed in testing: One domain is about things that are quantifiable and measureable, e.g. meeting requirements and bugs we have found and described. Another domain is about values which we can assess with the help of someone, e.g. usability and fitness for purpose. The remaining are complex as a third domain is associated with its ethical values: Safety is often a factor here. And then there’s the fourth, which is associated with relational values. Relational values are values that only emerge in interaction: Will the product actually help people?…....

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I am a consulting test manager and tester in agile, waterfall, and hybrid contexts in Copenhagen. I am a Danish, philosophically minded, educated, and enjoy the short power-distances part of Danish organizational culture as it enables me to create testing events which will teach people with power to make better decisions. I am an experienced thinker and facilitator of philosophical dialogue about values and testing-meetup organizer. I am also the father of four sons aged 14-22, married to Marianne on their 25th year with whom I recently renovated thE kitchen. In MY spare time, I chair the board of the local volunteers in the danish association for people with adhd. 

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