Last week we mentioned how October used to be Quality Month and now has also been designated as CyberSecurity Awareness month. But the question that arises is how to get Quality accepted in your organization. One client once said that a “A few good crises” would aid Quality Assurance in being accepted. A very true… Continue reading A few good crises
October was Quality Month at one time although we have not heard a lot about that designation recently. It is now also CyberSecurity month. We have to ask “Why October?” But ignoring the Why for a little bit, it does seem that October is considered to be a month when we are all supposed to… Continue reading Why October?
Following up to our presentation to PMC on September 1, a short article has been posted elaborating on some of the concepts from the talk. Please see the article at PMAC- Article Quality Assurance and You Using software as an example, in many more locations, we are dependent on it for our safety and well… Continue reading Quality Assurance Article
If, as a project manager, you are called upon to implement a new process, software or WHATEVER, quality assurance is something you need to watch. On September 1, 2021 at 1PM EST, PMAC will be delivering a one time only professional development webinar for members: Quality Assurance and You Using software as an example, in… Continue reading Quality Assurance Presentation
QA with No Time One of the constant issues that comes up in discussions or classes is the lack of time for Quality Assurance and Quality Control. We seem to be under constant time pressure and with Agile and DevOps it has become worse rather than better. While Quality Assurance cannot anticipate everything, the Continuous… Continue reading QA with No time
A Better Way – Case Study 3 – Test Plan in a Hurry! In our last several blogs we have discussed ‘A Better Way to Test”. The issue is to apply this to actual situations. We have 5 Case Studies we plan to use over the next several weeks to address this. The fourth case… Continue reading A Better Way – Case Study 4 – Caught Between Vendor and Client!
A Better Way – Case Study 3 – Test Plan in a Hurry! In our last several blogs we have discussed ‘A Better Way to Test”. The issue is to apply this to actual situations. We have 5 Case Studies we plan to use over the next several weeks to address this. The third case… Continue reading A Better Way – Case Study 3 – Test Plan in a Hurry!
The software your business relies on to operate successfully is crutial to the success of your company. Software RISK (a potential problem that may occur due to lack of information, control or time) is something that should be minimized wherever possible when it comes to your daily business operations.
The Out-of-Scope of Testing has only one definition (unlike the Scope of Testing) but it is much harder to document. We want to list everything we are not planning to test! However, the inevitable question is how far to go with our list. Obviously we are not going to list everything we are not going… Continue reading The Out-of-Scope of Testing
Quality Assurance Assessments take a variety of forms in an IT project and can range from very informal to very formal. This week we will discuss What to do with the results of a QA Assessment now that we have completed an explanation of HOW to do Assessment in a past blog. What to with… Continue reading Quality Assurance Assessments – Part 4