Are you attempting to start an independent test group or increase the scope and value of your present group? After building a highly effective thirty-person test group, Scott Eder reflects on the three major areas where he focused and the challenges he faced along the way. Take away sample work scope and purpose statements for your test group, and learn how to set realistic expectations at all levels within your organization. Find out the key processes that Scott implemented immediately to get his team off to a good start.
- The foundations of an independent test group that is valued by your organization
- Ways to build relationships with key stakeholders in order to foster a supportive environment for test and quality
- How to create a sense of identity around which your test team can rally
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