Come on out to see Jason Little:
The Structure of Your Organization Limits Your Level of Quality
“How to we make testing more agile?” Have you heard people say this? I sure have. It’s not a shock to say that most organizations still use a manufacturing metaphor when it comes to software quality. That is, let’s make testing more agile in order to inspect quality in during our agile testing phase. Most organizations I’ve worked with focus on making their existing structures more agile instead of re-organizing their structure to support an agile way of working. In this session we’ll explore why making testing more agile is the wrong approach, and what we can do about it.
The 2016-2017 season of the KWSQA lecture series is underway! We love to host new and local speakers! Got an idea you'd like to try out? Working on a talk that you want to test or practice? Drop us a message at email@example.com for consideration. Her...Read More
Founded late in the 20th century (1997), the Kitchener Waterloo Software Quality Association is a volunteer-run organization of Testing and Quality professionals. We offer events to enable professional networking, skills development, and learning around soft...Read More