Discussions Testers Should No Longer Be Having
15 September, Wednesday | 8 am PST | 8:30 pm IST
Hello Q Community,
How many times have you heard statements like, “How did we miss this in test”, “This defect doesn’t happen on my machine”, “We do not need automation”, or “We are waiting on testing to give us the green light”?
Far too often, teams are spending a lot of time diving into discussions that they no longer need to have. This builds frustration, affects team alignment, and can potentially impact the quality and milestones of the project.
Through the years, we have seen a need for processes, tools, and old-school approaches to change. Discussions we needed to have years ago are no longer the same now. There is a need for strategic changes in how we operate within a project and how we communicate across teams.
In this talk, we will discuss many of the well-known phrases, philosophies, and theories around testing of years past, and how we must overcome the obstacles and be successful today. We will discuss how the dynamics within the teams must change, and most importantly, how you, as a tester, can influence across the organization.
- Evaluate previous successes in our SDLC and testing processes that now must evolve
- Suggestions for how we can drive DIFFICULT discussions into solution focused results
- Tips and guidelines for how to best influence across the team and organization
Watch the Recording
About the Speaker – Mike Lyles
Mike Lyles is a Director of QA and Project Management with over 25 years of IT experience in multiple organizations, including Fortune 50 companies. Mike has been successful in career development, team building, coaching, and mentoring for over two decades.
Mike has been an international keynote speaker at multiple events, and is also a John Maxwell Team coach, speaker, and trainer. He is the author of the motivational, self-help book, “The Drive-Thru Is Not Always Faster”.
Q Community aims to build and serve a community of Test Automation enthusiasts with a primary objective to find and nurture ways to transform test automation to be simpler, more reliable, and sustainable for the real world. Our vision is to drive community initiatives to make Automation easily accessible to the project teams and eliminate traditional skill-based silos within organizations. Keeping in line with the latest trends in the technology space, No-Code is explored as one of the primary means to achieve this objective.