The “Trimming Down Your QA Effort While Maintaining Quality” class is now full and registration is closed.
Are you struggling meeting demands for quality and effective testing in your organization? Do you feel that there has to be a better, quicker way to get things done? Is your quality organization delivering effective and precise work? Are the processes that comprise your organization fine-tuned for excellence? Do you know the value that you are bringing to your organization? If you don’t know or aren’t sure, this course is for you. Those of us in quality face many challenges in today’s software development world. Quality Assurance and even testing is often perceived as an extra, as overhead and generally, a cost center. To some extent, this is true. It is an investment in the long term and quality of your product or service in where the value can come back to you in any number of ways and most are not immediate or instant. Quality organizations that know the effectiveness of their organization and can demonstrate value are much more successful. This course takes a look at applying Lean principles to Quality Assurance and testing processes to see if we can eliminate waste and improve.
The primary objective of this course is to introduce Lean concepts such as “waste” in light of software quality assurance and control organizations and to propose an approach to evaluating and improving your quality organization. At the end of the course students will have: