A better way to Test – 6 In our last blog we discussed, as the last point in our list, testing to risk. If you have the risks listed, explained, classified, calculated, ordered and entered into a database, it may be easy to attach testcases to them and determine when you have addressed the risk… Continue reading A better way to test – 6
QA Management – Why Bother? Two weeks ago we asked if QA Management was a oxymoron. Today we are going to partially answer that question with a NO! In the smallest set of terms; QA Management is there to save a company or organization money and to make a project run more smoothly.
An oxymoron is two contradictory terms that have been used in conjunction so is “QA Management” an oxymoron or is it simply contradictory? Is it possible to manage Quality Assurance for Quality Assurance or are we wasting our time trying to manage quality?