Taking the Risk of Failure out of Process Improvement
Many organisation decide to review their test processes and then look to improve them, but how many are ever seen as successful and the improvements get fully implemented. In a lot of cases someone senior pulls the plug on the work before it is complete. Why, perhaps because they have stopped seeing any value in the changes. Or maybe I should ask ‘How many have a solution that is seen as successful by anyone outside of the improvement team?’ I met a guy recently who had been improving his processes for 5 years without any management buy in or knowledge.…....
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Geoff is the Consultancy Director for Experimentus, a quality consultancy based in the UK and working globally. He has a real passion for software testing. He is a founder member of the International Software Testing Qualification Board (ISTQB), the TMMi Foundation, and the UK Testing Board and is currently the Secretary of the ISTQB and Chairman of The UK Testing Board. He co-authored the BCS book Software Testing – An ISEB/ISTQB foundation. In 2008 Geoff was awarded the European Testing Excellence Award, and in 2015 he was awarded the Software Testing European Lifetime Achievement award. He also was the Chair for EuroSTAR 2011
Playing Around With Risks / Situational Leadership Styles on Test Approaches
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