A Spoon Full of Sugar Helps the Test Process Improvement Go Down
Test process improvement is the medicine many software organizations need to heal wounds caused by today's fast-paced software development lifecycles. But project and test managers are often like stubborn children who refuse to take their medicine even when it is for their own good. How do we get them to take it so the health of the project will improve? Just add a spoonful of sugar! Dion Johnson reveals approaches he has used to gain management buy-in for improvements and the implementation steps that have worked for him. Learn about the test process improvement models that are available and some practical ways to implement them. Take away specific improvement ideas to improve the health of your test organization.