Testing Deliverables: Define, Align, Document, and Approve

Deliverables are outcomes and often tangible representations in determining the success of a project. Deliverables must be identified, specified, designed, scheduled, produced, tested, accepted and implemented. With the rising cost of testing and the increased need for and the pace of software development and testing—let’s look at testing deliverables, both project and product, and identify methodologies for identifying, aligning and documenting them. The focus of this session is to look at identifying and aligning test deliverables with outcomes; determine the impact of the use of Waterfall and Agile software development methodologies on test deliverables; and clarify why clearly defining and documenting deliverables is a critical component to demonstrating progress so that your customers, internal and external, can achieve their desired outcomes.

Learning Objectives:

  • Why deliverable definition is important and how best to link deliverables with outcomes
  • Identify key project and process deliverables and ways to define and document the right deliverables for your customers (internal and external)
  • Identify key traditional Waterfall and Agile test deliverables and the impact of software methodology on deliverables

Location: Date: April 21, 2016 Time: 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm hs_ ClyneiceChaney Clyneice Chaney hs_Chaney_Clareice Clareice Chaney