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Automation & Management: Conversations To Create Trust.

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Being successful with automation is not just about learning the technical skills required to implement a solution. It’s also important to have good conversations with your manager so that they have trust in the work that you’re doing. If you can’t successfully communicate what you do, and why, you may be the only person that thinks that you are an automation expert.

Key Takeaways:

  1. How do you decide what to automate?
  2. How do you choose a tool?
  3. How do you ask for investment?

If you want to be seen as credible, to have people listen to you and be persuaded by what you’re saying, then tune in for some practical ideas on what to consider when participating in these three discussions with managers.

 
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Katrina Clokie

About Katrina Clokie

Katrina Clokie leads a team of around 100 testers as a Test Practice Manager in Wellington, New Zealand. Katrina is an active contributor to the international testing community as the author of A Practical Guide to Testing in DevOps, the founder and editor of Testing Trapeze magazine, a co-founder of the WeTest New Zealand testing community, an international conference speaker, frequent blogger and tweeter. Her complete professional profile is available on LinkedIn.

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