Do you want to take control of your software projects? Our upcoming webinar, “The Power of Testing Assessments: Keeping Your Projects on Course”, is a great place to start. An in-depth look at the value of evaluating your software testing team’s performance, it’s a great first step towards getting your QA team back on track.
When project teams fail to regularly deliver software projects on time, on budget, and with their expected quality can be maddening.
“To get where you’re going, first you need to know where you are.”
I’ll level with you: that’s not a famous quote or anything. In fact, it’s nothing more than a saying we like to use around here. But laying all that aside, it’s pretty telling in our line of work.
The truth is that, while we often speak about things like advanced project planning and predictive, metrics-based testing methodologies, the clients we help out often don’t share the same concerns that we write about here. Instead, they’re typically facing something far more primal and infuriating: the inconsistency of their development team to regularly deliver software projects on time, on budget, and with their expected quality—and the inability to prevent it from occurring.
It’s maddening, quite frankly. And that’s exactly why our upcoming August 24 webinar—“The Power of Testing Assessments: Keeping Your Projects on Course”—is such a valuable first step towards relief.
There’s a saying in this business, you can’t manage what you can’t measure. Unfortunately, we can’t take credit for that one, but it’s as true as they come—especially in the world of software development. And if you’re having trouble managing your software initiatives, it’s likely because you’re not measuring them well enough either.
And therein lies the rub. Without an objective analysis, you won’t just have trouble managing your team; you can sometimes be blind to how well they actually could be performing. So while you might assume that your team is above average—they could actually be performing far better.
Enter the power of the testing assessment—a tried-and-true way to see what you’re doing well and what your team could improve upon. By baselining your team against industry-standard best practices, you won’t just see the possibilities of a better, more efficient team; you’re taking the first step towards unlocking their true potential. Once you’ve figured out your strengths and weaknesses, you’ll be able to construct yourself a comprehensive roadmap-to-resolution plan to department improvement!
So if you want to know just how good your testing team can be, sign up today for our upcoming webinar! As usual, it’ll be running from 12-1 pm EST—it’s a fun, informative lunch and learn!
After all, if you want to know exactly where your department is, there’s no better way to find out!